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Floral tribute in memory of HRH the Duke of Edinburgh

A posy of flowers has been laid at North East Derbyshire District Council’s headquarters this week, in memory of His Royal Highness, the Duke of Edinburgh.

HRH Prince Philip 10.6.21 - 9.4.21

It is with deep sadness and sorrow that North East Derbyshire joins the country in mourning following the announcement from Buckingham Palace that His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh has passed away.

Vaccine success at Sharley Park

North East Derbyshire District Council has been praised by health chiefs for helping to deliver the Covid-19 vaccination programme in NE Derbyshire.

County and district councils in talks over bright future for Killamarsh library

Discussions are taking place between Derbyshire County Council and North East Derbyshire District Council over the possible relocation of Killamarsh Library.

Ambitious new strategy to support businesses and boost employment prospects

Our first Employment and skills strategy for the district aims to support businesses, and residents, by helping to upskill and retrain individuals, and source jobs and training opportunities.

Funding secured to cut carbon emissions at Eckington Swimming Pool and Fitness Centre

We have secured £1 million in government funding to reduce carbon emissions at Eckington Swimming Pool and Fitness Centre which will make it the leisure centre with the lowest carbon footprint in the local area.

Reducing carbon to combat Climate Change with home improvements

North East Derbyshire District Council, together with its housing partner Rykneld Homes has successfully bid for a total of £1.6m of Green Homes Grant Local Authority Delivery (LAD GHG) in phases 1a and 1b.

Egg-straordinary mystery prize up for grabs in Easter artwork competition

We have launched an Easter competition inviting residents and their children to submit their artwork of Easter and Spring themed drawings to be in with a chance of winning an egg-citing mystery prize!

Green bin collections set to resume

Green bin collections will start from 15 March 2021 for the North of the district and 22 March for those in the South of the district.

For more information, see bin collection dates.

Blossoming scheme recognises hidden disabilities in North East Derbyshire

North East Derbyshire District Council is delighted to announce it has joined the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower.

Fantastic success! Clay Cross awarded £24.1m to kick-start town regeneration

Clay Cross has today been awarded £24.1 million pounds as part of a highly successful Towns Fund bid to kick-start regeneration in the town.

Short delay to start of green bin collections

North East Derbyshire District Council have recently moved recycling collections (burgundy bins) in-house due to the Council’s former recycling contractor entering administration.  

Council invests in Environmental Health Service leading to jobs boost

North East Derbyshire District Council is making a significant investment into its joint Environmental Health Service, with job vacancies to help tackle enviro crimes, ensure safety of our residents, help our economic recovery, and better serve the district.

New household recycling collection arrangements

The Council is today announcing new household recycling collection arrangements. These have been implemented on an emergency basis as the Council’s former recycling contractor has gone into administration. 

Feeling Connected in North East Derbyshire, Chesterfield and Bolsover

Residents across North East Derbyshire, Chesterfield and Bolsover District who are feeling alone and isolated during the ongoing pandemic are being encouraged to seek support.

National Empty Homes Week (15-21 February)

At a time when there is a national housing shortage it is more important than ever that local authorities tackle empty properties to help meet this need.

Council grants helping local community groups to thrive

North East Derbyshire District Council has awarded funding worth over £8,000 to 17 projects since August 2020, helping them thrive and new ideas to develop through its Community Action Grants Scheme.

Council Tax rates set for 2021-22

North East Derbyshire District Council’s budget for 2021/22 was approved by Council and have increased their proportion of the Council Tax bill by 1.95% to ensure a balanced budget is in place to maintain the vital services provided by the council.

Beat the Street has huge impact on physical activity levels in Clay Cross

A game that took place across the Clay Cross area has been hailed as a great success according to a new report.

Community Action Grant funding scheme extended

North East Derbyshire District Council has launched the next round of its Community Action Grants Scheme with funding of up to £500 available to community groups in the District for projects that support residents to tackle local issues in the area.