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North East Derbyshire District Council
2013 Mill Lane
Wingerworth
Chesterfield
Derbyshire
S42 6NG
Telephone 01246 231111

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Road works and emergency closures, as well as closures for events such as some major road races, are dealt with by Derbyshire County Council. Other closures are usually dealt with by us. 

Apply for a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order here Event organisers should apply at least 12 weeks before the date of the event to allow time for the application to be processed. Applications received after this may not be processed.

You can also apply for a Temporary Car Park Closure here.

Full Temporary Road Closures

If you're organising a bigger public event or are planning an event for a different time, you may need to apply for a full Temporary Road Closure - contact us to discuss the options as soon as you can.

Please note: Please apply without delay in order for your application to be processed in time, get in touch as soon as you can if you have any questions.

Our electronic register is not available at the moment, should you require information please contact the Environmental Health Service on 01246 217873 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Please note that we are currently unable to provide the new forms and fees. We are working hard to provide these as soon as possible on the sites and they will also be sent to previous licence holders directly. Please accept our apologies for the delay.


Animal Boarding Licence - This licence covers catteries and kennels. You must complete an application form together with the fee of £97.00 (plus any veterinary inspection fees) and the details are kept on a register. The applicant must be able to demonstrate to us that the animals will, at all times, be kept in suitable accommodation and that they will be adequately supplied with suitable food, drink and bedding materials, adequately exercised, and visited at suitable intervals. The applicant must also take all reasonable precautions to prevent and control the spread of infectious or contagious diseases, including the provision of adequate isolation facilities and that appropriate measures will be taken to protect the animals in case of fire or other emergency, including the provision of suitable fire fighting equipment. A register containing a description of the animals received into the establishment, including the date of arrival and departure, and the name and address of the owner will be kept. 

Breeding of Dogs - An application form must be completed plus a fee of £112.50 (plus vet's fees). Where a licence is granted, that licence and any subsequent licence will expire one year from the date on which is was granted and must be renewed before the date of expiry if the premises are to continue as a dog breeding establishment. The details are kept on a register.

Dangerous Wild Animals - The keeping of exotic, dangerous and wild animals is controlled by the Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1976 and includes animals such as some birds, carnivores, mammals, marsupials, primates, reptiles, snakes and spiders. The Act aims to ensure that where individuals keep dangerous wild animals, they do so in circumstances which create no risk to the public and safeguards the welfare of the animals. An application form together with the fee of £132.90 plus vets fees is required and the details are kept on a register.

Pet Shop - A pet shop application form must be accompanied by a fee of £97.00. The premises will be inspected by one of our officer's to ensure that any animals kept on the premises are kept in suitable conditions. The fee is reviewed on an annual basis and the details kept on a register. The fee for a pet shop wanting to sell dangerous wild animals is £84.00 plus vets fees.

Riding Establishment - If you wish to set up a business that keeps horses to let them out for hire for riding or riding instruction then please complete the application form. The licence fee is £143.00 (plus vet's fee) and will be issued subject to compliance with licence conditions and payment of the licence. These licenses are renewable annually and the details are kept on a register. We will arrange for the inspection of horses and premises by a veterinary surgeon to ensure the welfare of the horses and that the accommodation is suitable.

For a copy of the Animal Welfare (Licensing of Activities Involving Animals) (England) Regulations 2018 and associated guidance documents for the relevant licensable Activities please see the table below.

Animal Welfare Regulations 2018 Animal Welfare Act 2006
Procedural Guidance for Animal Activity Licensing 2018 Procedural Guidance for Animal Activity Licensing DEFRA 2018
Guidance notes for Breeding Dogs 2018 Guidance notes for Boarding Dogs in Kennels 2018
Guidance notes for Home Boarding Dogs 2018 Guidance notes for Dog Day Care 2018
Guidance notes for Boarding Cats 2018 Guidance notes for Selling Animals as Pets 2018
Guidance notes for Exhibition of Animals 2018 Guidance notes for Hiring out Horses 2018

 

 

A charitable collection must not be held in any street or public place in our district without a street collection permit issued by us. Applications (264kb) should be made at least one month before the proposed date of the collection. The collection is subject to regulations relating to such matters as the minimum age of collectors and the safeguarding and auditing of proceeds.

Any person wishing to make an appeal to members of the public by means of a collection for charitable purposes, by way of house to house visits (including places of business, such as public houses) requires a licence issued by us.

Certain charities holding Home Office Exemption Orders do not need a licence but must notify us of the collection dates and the specific areas to be covered by the collection. All collectors must wear a badge which is obtained from The Stationary Office. The Stationary Office can be contacted by telephone on 0870 6005522 or their address is: TSO Ltd, Post Cash Department, PO Box 29, Norwich, NR3 1GM

Following the charitable collection the organiser must submit a return to us that details the amount collected and all expenses incurred. This return must be submitted wihin 3 months of the end of the collection. There is no charge for the notification.

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