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Derby, UK
Thursday, 22nd October 2020

Council to resume debt recovery

Council House
As part of our response to help residents and businesses financially impacted by coronavirus Derby City Council announced in March that it would to suspend all recovery action on non-payment of Council Tax and Business Rates until Tuesday 30th June. Despite these difficult times...

Stay safe is the message as night life returns to Derby

As businesses such as pubs and restaurants open their doors to the public from Saturday 4th July, Derby City Council and Derbyshire Police are offering advice to make sure you have a safe and enjoyable experience. Please remember that social distancing rules continue to apply...

Guidance issued for businesses reopening

Derby City aerial picture
From Saturday 4th July more types of Derby businesses will be permitted to open, including food and drink businesses such as restaurants, cafes, pubs, accommodation businesses such as hotels, B&B’s, and holiday accommodation and personal care businesses including hairdressers and barbers. Whilst we’re all looking...

Council receive £228,000 to introduce emergency active travel measures across the city

Derby City Council will receive a massive £228,000 to introduce Covid-19 emergency transport measures across the city, following a successful bid to Government last month. The successful ‘Moving Derby Forward’ programme, initially put forward £204,000 of proposals to help support cycling and walking. The measures being...

Raynesway HWRC – site hours to increase in July

large skip filled with rubbish
Following the successful reopening of Raynesway HWRC last month, the systems we introduced have been under constant review and we’re now able to increase the hours the site is open. From Tuesday 14 July the site will be open from 1.00pm – 7.00pm on Tuesdays,...

Council hits £40m in Grant support and more is available for small businesses

Derby Panorama
On Tuesday 9th June Derby City Council reached a milestone of issuing £40m worth of grants to struggling businesses in the city. The Council announced its support package in early April and has now almost completed the processing of grants to around 3300 businesses of...

Test and Trace be #ScamAware

The Government has announced plans to launch the NHS Test and Trace service to help fight the spread of coronavirus. The service will help identify, contain and control coronavirus, reduce the spread of the virus and save lives. Sadly, Trading Standards teams in Derby and...

Don’t delay – apply today for business grant

Derby City Council is inviting applications for a new ‘top up’ grant scheme to support small businesses and charities struggling to meet their on-going fixed property related costs during COVID-19. The scheme will be open between 29th May and 19th June and businesses will have...

Thousands of Derby firms to be surveyed on COVID impacts

Thousands of Derby businesses are to be asked how the Coronavirus pandemic is impacting their operations and what help they need to recover. The study will help the city shape its plans to kick-start the local economy post-lockdown and tailor the support it can offer...

Respect our local communities say Derbyshire leaders

Markeaton Park
As Derbyshire leaders, we are joining together to ask visitors to respect local communities this coming bank holiday weekend and to consider if they could come later in the year instead. Many local people were left feeling vulnerable and at risk following large numbers visiting...