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Sports Development 01246 217219
Sharley Park Leisure Centre 01246 217277
Dronfield Sports Centre 01246 217217
Eckington Swimming Pool 01246 217481
A-Z of other key services
Blocked Drains (Council tenants) 08000 121 621
Drainage advice 01246 231111
Building Control 03338 802000
Caravan Sites & Illegal Encampments 01246 231111
Cemeteries: Burials 01246 217272
Maintenance 01246 217286, 217287 or appropriate Parish Council
Commercial Waste 01246 593049
Council Tax and Benefits 01246 217600
Economic Development 01246 217203
Elections & Electoral 01246 217069, 217068 Registration
Energy Advice Centre 01246 231111
Food Safety & Hygiene 01246 231111
Handy Van Service 02035 354 999
Environmental Health & Safety 01246 231111
Homelessness 01246 231111
Land & Property 01246 217197
Licensing 01246 231111
Parks & Grounds Maintenance 01246 217286, 217287
Planning: Applications & Advice 01246 217158, 217163, 217159
Planning Enforcement 01246 217182
Planning Policy 01246 217694
Private Sector Housing (inc. Grants, Disb. facilities) 01246 231111
Emergency out of hours only
Emergency Housing Repairs (including Drainage) only serious emergencies accepted out of hours
FREEPHONE: 08000 121 621
ALL AREAS: 01246 217536
This service is provided in partnership with Bolsover District Council.
Dangerous Structures: 01246 242295
Call Derbyshire out of hours Duty Team
(including Homelessness): 08456 058 058
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2017 County Election Results
Seats won (8 available)
3 seats (Conservative)
5 seats (Labour)
Breakdown of results: County Council Election 2017 (04 May 2017)
Clay Cross North (1 seats)
Ballot papers issued: 3191
Total rejected papers: 5
Clay Cross South (1 seats)
Ballot papers issued: 3156
Total rejected papers: 3
Dronfield East (1 seats)
Ballot papers issued: 3790
Total rejected papers: 4
Dronfield West and Walton (1 seats)
Ballot papers issued: 4393
Total rejected papers: 2
Eckington and Killamarsh (2 seats)
Ballot papers issued: 5418
Total rejected papers: 9
Sutton (1 seats)
Ballot papers issued: 2708
Total rejected papers: 3
Wingerworth and Shirland (1 seats)
Ballot papers issued: 4198
Total rejected papers: 14
We are helping to shape a new partnership approach to improve health in our district. While health in our district is relatively good in the county, there are a few groups that still experience poorer health. People can now expect to live longer than ever before, but people living in the most disadvantaged areas have markedly lower life expectancy than those living in the most affluent areas.
The new Healthy North East Derbyshire Partnership will co-ordinate actions to address key areas across three ambitions:
- Building Healthy Communities – Helping local people to make healthier choices by addressing issues like employment, education, housing and the environment.
- Promoting Healthy Lifestyles – Helping to reduce to risk of ill health and early death from major diseases like cancer, heart disease, stroke, respiratory illness and diabetes.
- Improving Access to Preventative Health and Social Care – Early identification of people at risk of requiring preventative health care can allow them to remain independent and self-manage their conditions better.
The Partnership is jointly managed by Derbyshire County Council’s Public Health Locality Team and North East Derbyshire District Council's Partnership Team. The Terms of Reference, Operating Structure and minutes of its meetings can be found at the bottom of the page.
The Partnership hosts Health Engagement Forums, where a wide range of professionals and community interest groups will be able to hear about the work of the Partnership and shape future activities.
As part of our partnership approach, we have appointed a new Community Development Worker to work in some communities with local people to plan and deliver local projects.
We have become the newest member of a worldwide network committed to improving health in local areas. An application, which showed a strong joint commitment to addressing health inequalities in the District of North East Derbyshire, was made by us on behalf of the multi-agency Healthy North East Derbyshire Partnership and approved by the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) UK Healthy Cities Network.
The Council has taken the opportunity to refresh its contribution to improving health by developing a new Health and Wellbeing Strategy.
Useful documents and meeting minutes can be found in the table below