Residents who will move into our new care centre being built in Belper have been given a taste of the site’s history.
We have approved funding for the development of a new service aimed at helping homeless people to deal with a range of issues.
Banks funding a project to build a new waste treatment centre in Sinfin are being urged to step in to get the facility up and running.
Our cabinet members will be asked to approve a consultation around increasing the number of smoke free spaces across the county.
Derbyshire County Council is set to spend £100 million over the next five years improving the county’s roads.
We’re set to consider an innovative programme to support women at risk of repeatedly having their children taken into care with a tailor-made package of support.
Derbyshire County Council has welcomed the extra £1m it is to get to help fix the county’s potholes.
A heating engineer who falsely advertised that his business was registered with the industry’s professional body has received a six-month prison sentence suspended for two years following a successful prosecution by our trading standards team.
More than 100 Derbyshire businesses have been awarded grants totalling £675,700 to help them become more energy efficient and save money.
Roads, pavements, bridges and retaining walls across Derbyshire have been repaired this winter thanks to extra Government funding of £8.4m.
Residents of a council care home will be the first to see plans for its replacement.
We're exploring new international links to boost overseas trade - creating new opportunities for our businesses and showcasing the county for investment.
Work has started on Sheffield-based Protec International’s new site, which is set to create up to 45 new jobs at Derbyshire County Council and Henry Boot Developments’ flagship regeneration site Markham Vale.
We’re releasing additional places at one of our secondary schools in response to parents’ concerns about their children not being allocated a place this autumn following an increase in demand.
A new free phone line has been launched to give people living in Derby and Derbyshire impartial advice on how to stay warm at home and cut their energy bills.
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