Following government announcements to create a new era for cycling and walking, councils are implementing measures to encourage active travel. Derby City Council is saddened to note the passing of former Derby County footballer Reg Harrison. The Murray Park Community School expansion project is now complete, marking a successful partnership between Wates Construction and Derby City Council. We're teaming up with respected wellbeing and happiness expert, Dr Andy Cope, to launch a unique city-wide wellbeing programme called ‘Brilliant Derby’. We also run out-of-town buses connecting Loughborough with Leicester, Derby and East Midlands Airport. [citation needed] Local bus services in and around Derby are run by a number of companies, but principally Trent Barton and Arriva Midlands. Derby Bus Station closed to public due to Coronavirus. Derby City Council will hand over the running of Derwent Library to community management early next year. City leaders met with Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government Robert Jenrick on his visit to Derby. Derby residents will soon start to notice a new look to some of our Hackney carriage taxis. A number of restrictions will be in place to ensure the safety of all users, and passengers are asked to ensure social distancing is maintained at all times. We’re proud to announce that Derby has retained its Purple Flag status and been awarded Best in Place 2019 at the ATCM Awards! Derby City Council has announced support services for unemployed residents, especially those facing personal or economic barriers to finding a job. It’s clear that this pandemic is beginning to affect all of our lives, and we all need to take steps to protect our health and our communities. Derby Bus Station to Derby Bus Station 1 From 16 January to 15 April Monday-Saturday - towards Derby Bus Station 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Derby City Council's Trading Standards team have provided 12 tips for shopping in the lead up to Christmas. Derby citizens will able to access a grant from Monday 12th October to help them through NHS Test and Trace self-isolation. X38 from Wetmore The Derby Turn Inn PH to Derby Victoria Street. A new team of redeployed staff are hitting the streets to support businesses and shoppers in run up to Christmas. Two new grant schemes to support businesses affected by the COVID restrictions are now open. TIMES & MAPS. 38 from Sinfin Harrier Way to Derby Bus Station. During this time, each service will have to use an alternative bay: derby city centre - trentbarton trentbarton uses cookies. Derby residents are now able to put clean aluminium foil into blue bins with their other recycling. Following an intensive period of survey and design work, restoration of Derby’s historic Market Hall is underway. Since opening its doors on 24th July, more than 6,000 people have already enjoyed the vibrant al fresco dining experience. We have undertaken a number of road repair schemes in the city and would like your views to help us improve how we undertake future schemes. During this time buses will pick-up and drop-off from various different locations around the city centre, please see our handy map below for more details. What companies run services between Derby, Bus Station, England and Derby (Station), England? 2019 sees another successful week of Superhero Picnic in the Park events, following 2018’s award-winning events at Markeaton, Chaddesden and Darley Park. The Phillip Whitehead Memorial Library at Chaddesden Park and Blagreaves Library are set to become Community Managed Libraries. The station will now be open between 6am and 8pm every day. Two new grant schemes for businesses affected by the national restrictions have opened for applications. Six of Derby’s city parks have been recognised as being among the best in the world by the Green Flag Award Scheme. The first edition of the UK Ghost Story Festival (UKGSF) will be taking place in Derby this month at QUAD and the Museum at the Wardwick venues. A group of young people are working with the Sinfonia Viva orchestra on a creative project that tackles the subject of global warming. Justin Smith and his team have moved back into the Connect Derby fold, with a premium office space at Sadler Bridge Studios on Bold Lane. Royal Crown Derby are running a ‘make a mug, make a difference’ competition to raise money for the NHS Charities Together COVID-19 Urgent Appeal. Cycle Derby and Derby County Community Trust have teamed up with Mountain Bike Champion Danny Butler to make Derby the most active city in the country. Derby City Council announces it is offering all NHS workers and care workers free parking at some key locations during the COVID-19 outbreak. Derby city leaders have launched a bid for Government funding to establish a new advanced manufacturing research centre in the city. The Leader of Derby City Council, Councillor Chris Poulter has provided an update on the new Assembly Rooms project. City tenants who live in private rented homes, as well landlords who own them, are being urged to seek help with tenancy issues as the Government’s ‘eviction ban’ ends. Kinchbus provides bus services for Loughborough. Be vigilant – warning on Council Tax arrears scam, Homes at the Heart Campaign calls on Government to make housing a national priority, #HereForDerby – Childcare and Families Information team (CFIT), “Racism has no place at Derby City Council, nor in our community”, Mill Hill Lane and Mount Street resurfacing to start next week, Help for city tenants and landlords, as Government’s emergency ‘eviction ban’ ends, Have your say on Council road repairs in the city, Outbreak Engagement Board encourages Derbians to enjoy summer safely, Project handover paves the way for £200 million Becketwell regeneration scheme, Office development paused due to coronavirus, Derby retains Purple Flag status for seventh year, Folk favourite forced to bow out of Derby Folk Festival at Home, New scheme will teach bike repair to kids, Derby submits bid for more emergency active travel measures, City residents encouraged to manage Council services online. Allestree Close Ymca Derbyshire, The Campus 22 Archer Street ... Derby Bus Station - Alvaston. Derby City Council has successfully prosecuted Matthew Smith of a Section 34 of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 offence. The future of Derby’s electric bicycle scheme is in doubt, due to a recent unprecedented surge in criminal behaviour. trentbarton uses cookies. If you’ve received your A-Level results, we’ve got some advice to help you on your way. Derby City Council will hand over operation of Springwood Library to community in the New Year. Next week, the Council’s Cabinet will be asked to approve the reintroduction of free blue bin collections to three areas of the city. The government is introducing mandatory electrical installation inspections for all private rented homes. Allestree Park Golf Course will close by the end of the year and be returned to parkland. Work is due to get underway today (4th January) on the next phase of a new cycle improvement scheme that will provide a continuous off-road route. Earlier this year, Derby City Council announced that an additional £9m would be invested in Derby’s highways over the next two years. Derby Arena is investing in new gym equipment and indoor group cycling bikes. Derby bus station was briefly evacuated when the fire alarm was reportedly set off by youngsters. Derby is to ask the Government for £23.7 million to help fund schemes that will reinvigorate the city, attract visitors and create hundreds of jobs. Dr Robyn Dewis, Derby City Council’s Director of Public Health, has appealed for citizens to be vigilant against COVID. We are joining together to ask visitors to respect local communities this coming bank holiday weekend and consider if they could come later in the year instead. Derby City Council and Smart Energy GB have joined forces to encourage Derby residents to have a smart meter installed in their homes. Multi-million-pound plans to regenerate one of Derby city centre’s most important sites have taken another step forward. Derby City Council and Community Action Derby are calling on residents to become a Derby Good Neighbour and help a neighbour in need this winter. The Chief Executive of Derby City Council, Carole Mills has announced she will be retiring from Derby City Council in the New Year. Due to increased undeclared allergens in food, a project set up by the Trading Standards team will study the allergen management compliance in the City. From Monday 30 March Derby Bus Station will be closed. Local residents, businesses and stakeholders are being encouraged to have their say on Derby City Council’s proposals to tackle air quality in the city. Councillors will be meeting to discuss the next steps for the Our City, Our River (OCOR) scheme at next Wednesday’s Cabinet meeting. The results of a consultation into how Derby runs its local elections has shown support of moving to four-yearly ‘all council’ elections. Repair and maintenance works on the Wyvern Way access bridge over the A52 are due to start next week. Cabinet Members will be discussing the provisional working option for the implementation of a Clean Air Zone in the city. Derby City Council will be carrying out road improvements at Nottingham Road, between Pentagon and Wiltshire Road. Derby City Council and Enterprise for Education are proud to once again be amongst the headline sponsors of the Big Bang East Midlands. Derby Arena will become Derbyshire’s largest COVID-19 vaccination site this week. Two local apprentices have secured their place in the final of a new national competition for trainee hairdressers and barbers. Let your children join the funniest team in town – the Silly Squad! The spread of the disease has lead the UK Government to order people to stay in their homes - making most public transport trips non-essential, unless people have to go to work or travel to buy food. Between January 1932 and July 1934 Derby's trams were replaced by trolleybuses. (Image: Derby Telegraph / Ian Hodgkinson), When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Derby City Council has launched a recruitment drive to encourage applicants for social care roles, to help support its mobile and non-mobile worker teams. © document.write(new Date().getFullYear()) Derby City Council As pubs and restaurants open to the public, Derby City Council and Derbyshire Police are offering advice to make sure you have a safe and enjoyable experience. October 1st marks the one-year anniversary of the start of the visit to Derby of the Knife Angel. Derby Homes have issued some advice for tenants and residents who both work and receive Universal Credit. Derby City Council's Livewell service has been nominated as Best Health and Wellbeing Initiative at the APSE Awards. A major resurfacing scheme is due to get underway on Moor Street and Sitwell Street, Spondon, from Monday 15 June. Plans have been approved for almost £900k to fund free school meals as well as support for other vulnerable families and individuals. DSP (Interiors) Ltd has been appointed principal designer and contractor to create a new home for Central United Reformed Church. A major resurfacing programme is to be completed to make the A52 route safe and serviceable. Are you taking part in Dry January this month? Friar Gate Studios and Sadler Bridge Studios have been given the green light to let up to 30% of their space to tenants. Wheels to Work and Life Cycle UK are delighted to be able to offer FREE bicycles to key workers in or around Derby to get around during these very difficult times. Derby LIVE is delighted to announce that X-Factor’s United Vibe will be headlining the 2019 Derby Christmas Lights Switch On. From Saturday 4th July more types of Derby businesses will be permitted to open, including food and drink, accommodation and personal care businesses. Local Government Secretary Robert Jenrick has confirmed that Derby will receive a further £6.2 million to support the Council’s response to COVID-19. Ambassadors for TALK Derby, the Government-funded project to help children develop speech, language and communication skills have been announced. Progress to bring Raynesway Household Waste and Recycling Centre (HWRC) back into operation is well underway. A study into the feasibility of the establishment of Derby’s first dedicated mass transit link has been commissioned by Derby City Council. 1A. Bulky waste collections are set to resume as normal from Monday 27 April. Work is due to get underway on a new £500,000 cycle improvement scheme that will provide a continuous off-road route, connecting the city centre with the Wyvern. Following the announcement of the new national lockdown the Government have introduced a new series of support packages for businesses affected. Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner have praised the achievements of teenagers who have produced songs as part of their recovery from sexual abuse. Derby City Council is seeking approval to introduce a new Cleaner Fleet Policy, in a bid to lead by example, and significantly reduce carbon emissions. The brand new foot and cycle bridge that will link the residential area of Chaddesden to the Wyvern and Pride Park is due to be lifted into place this weekend. Derby Bus Station - Alvaston. Construction of Derby’s new 50m pool and water park at Moorways began in February. Today, tougher national COVID restrictions come into force across the country, in response to a rapid rise in cases. This is especially true for those living with cancer who will want to take extra care to reduce their risks. The NHS 111 service in the East Midlands has been rated Outstanding by regulator the Care Quality Commission (CQC). What companies run services between Derby (Station), England and Cherry Tree Cottage, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England? Former apprentices from Derby City Council and Derby Homes had their hard work recognised at the National Apprenticeship Awards. We’ve pulled together some of the most common misconceptions about Covid-19 testing. Alcohol Awareness Week will take place from 16 to 22 November. On Wednesday 13th November, Council Cabinet will be seeking approval to go out to consultation on its Revenue and Capital Budget. A feasibility study has taken place to determine costs for creating a new look and feel Assembly Rooms. Derby Bus Station is set to reopen on a phased approach from Monday 8th June. New year, new habits – Try our 31 day Reduce, Reuse, Recycle challenge! Council Leaders have pledged that Derby will do all it can to stand with those affected by job losses at this difficult and deeply distressing time. Tell TALK Derby who you like to talk to and win £250 for your school or nursery, Measures to be implemented to widen footways, ahead of high street reopening, City Centre gets cleaned up as High Street sets to reopen, Derby Active At Home goes from strength to strength, Changes to concessionary bus travel in Derby from next week, Council hits £40m in Grant support and more is available for small businesses, Derby’s £23 million bid to revitalise city centre, Cemeteries and Crematorium teams supporting families during difficult times, Preparations underway to support opening the city’s high streets safely, Council submit ‘Moving Forward Derby’ programme to support cycling and walking, Open letter to Derby’s market traders from Councillor Mick Barker, Fun ideas of what you can get up to in Derby from the Derby Six, Sitwell Street resurfacing to begin mid-June, Partnership offers free cycle support to key workers in Derby, Don’t delay – apply today for business grant, Connect Derby managed workspaces to reopen for business. local and national coronavirus headlines for the day here, City of Derby home to nearly all major Covid-19 hotspots in Derbyshire, Cases are falling in the county but are still extremely high, Live weather updates as Derbyshire roads remain closed due to flooding, 'Much-loved' office manager of Derby primary school dies of Covid-19, The tragic news has been described as 'devastating' for the whole school community, All the latest postcodes that qualify for a £25 cold weather payment, The list has been updated thanks to Storm Christoph, Derby pharmacy to start rolling out Covid-19 vaccines from February, Miss England winner receives Covid vaccine so she can continue to save lives, The doctor from Derby works at local hospitals, Derbyshire pervert told 13-year-old girl she was 'hot and stunning', But Isobel was a fake identity set up by paedophile hunters, Alcoholic builder Bradley Souto from Derby found guilty of attempting to murder his partner, The jury was out for little more than an hour, 15 dramatic photos capture the mayhem as Storm Christoph floods Derbyshire, Heavy rainfall brought in by the storm caused rivers to burst their banks, New weather warning for ice issued for flooded Derbyshire, Forecasters are urging people to take care, Firemen have to help police in patrol car stranded in Derbyshire floodwater, Officers misjudged the depth of the water, Stunning police drone footage shows 'ocean' of flooding in Derbyshire, It comes after heavy rainfall from Storm Christoph, More than 67,000 people in Derbyshire have been vaccinated against Covid-19, new data reveals, And just over 3,000 people have received their second dose of the vaccine, 23 more coronavirus deaths at Derbyshire hospitals - as cases rise by 720, Derby alone had 252 new positive tests in the last 24 hours, Priti Patel gives police powers to fine house party rule-breakers £800, The punishment will be handed out to those caught attending an event with 15 or more other people, Plans for five-bedroom detached homes at former fire service HQ in Littleover, There at 14 homes planned, all with double garages, Two more Derbyshire hospitals and three pharmacies to start giving out Covid vaccines, They join more than a dozen other sites across the county, High Peak Sixes (moved to C4 Full Street), Indigo Mickleover (moved to Corporation Street outside Council House), Skylink, Park and Ride, 1/1A (moved to C1 Morledge), Ilkeston Flyer Red Arrow (moved to C8 Morledge), 2, 2A, 2B, 2C Arriva, Sapphire 38 (moved to Morledge disabled parking area), 20, 24, 22, 20 Arriva (moved to Albert Street outside Uncle Toms), Mickleover Blue and Green (moved to opposite Council House). Phenomenal selflessness is being demonstrated across Derby every day by the children of our foster carers and October is the time to recognise it. The Government has announced Future High Street Fund allocations for local authorities, with £15 million coming to Derby. Friends from across the country met at Derby’s Market Hall to mark 100 years since the formation of the National Association of British Markets (NABMA). The City of Osnabrück, Germany, is looking for young people from Derby who are interested in working abroad. At a time when smoking is declining nationally, the number of people smoking in Derby has increased by 1.2% in the last year from 18% to 19.2%. The government has announced that Derby and various other parts of England will be placed under the newly created Tier 4 restrictions from Thursday 31 December at 00.01am. Derby City Council and Visit Derby are urging visitor-facing businesses to apply for the ‘We’re Good To Go’ standard to reassure customers they are Covid-secure. Tickets cost £1 and the journey takes 3 min. As a proud City, we do not find it acceptable that people find themselves homeless and having to rough sleeping in the City. A programme of deep cleans to give smaller district centres in the city a much wanted facelift has launched. It’s just a matter of weeks until Peter Pan flies into Derby Arena for Christmas 2019. 45-year-old Claire has shed over 3 stone with the help of Livewell. Derby parents, carers, businesses, children and young people of all ages are being invited to reveal who they most like to have a conversation with. The closure of the leisure centres due to lockdown has offered us all a great chance to find new ways to enjoy our favourite sports and leisure activities. Derby Bus Station bay closures From Monday 9 to Monday 23 March essential maintenance work is taking place at Derby Bus Station meaning bays will be out of use. Derby’s COVID alert level ‘Very High’ restrictions – also known as Tier 3 - come into force. With just days to go until Christmas, we're making sure the city is a safe and enjoyable place to be while buying those last-minute gifts. Derby City Council has named Paul Simpson as its new Chief Executive. Residents invited to give their views on Covid-19 Emergency Active Travel measures. TALK Derby, a major Government programme aimed at improving education and future job opportunities of local children, has been expanded to cover the entire city. Plans for Festive Derby will be going ahead in December, subject to any further new guidance. Don’t lose your voice – residents in Derby urged to look out for their voter registration details from Derby City Council. 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