Pedal Peak for Business, a joint project by the Peak District National Park Authority and Derbyshire Dales District Council, has offered grants totalling £104,000 to nearly 50 local businesses since launching in 2017.
Matlock town centre was hit by flash floods in the early hours of Friday morning. Thankfully the floodwater had gone by the morning rush-hour and the focus for our streets and parks teams during the day on Friday is clearing and cleaning post flood debris and mud.
VIDEO | The District Council's 2018 Matlock Bath Illuminations launched in spectacular style on Saturday (8 September) with a magical parade of decorated boats, capped off with a fabulous fireworks finale.
Your District Council is set to ask local people what they think about the principle of the authority establishing a joint venture with a private company to further its corporate aims for affordable housing, employment and regeneration needs.
Your District Council has given the Ashbourne Sports and Community Partnership the commitment of a long term lease and a £70,000 cash injection to help transform the Pavilion complex on the town’s Recreation Ground.
Local residents and businesses are being invited to have their say on a draft document that aims to provide guidance on how new developments can meet the aims and objectives of the recently adopted Derbyshire Dales Local Plan.
One of the largest developments ever of affordable homes in the Peak District National Park has been approved - supported by the biggest ever capital grant for building local needs housing of £500,000 from Derbyshire Dales District Council.
Your District Council's Local Projects Fund has enabled a group of local residents, supported by Matlock in Bloom and the town's Civic Association, to reinstate a garden on the site of an historic landmark.
The licensees of a Derbyshire Dales pub have been fined a total of £10,000 and ordered to pay £600 costs after pleading guilty to two breaches of a planning enforcement notice for failing to remove a static caravan from their premises.
Local volunteers put off by weather conditions earlier in the month, were not deterred this last weekend when they re-arranged their litter picks and clean ups as part of this year’s Great British Spring Clean.
Councillors from across the political divide - including Independents - voted unanimously on Monday night to increase the District Council's share of Council Tax by 2.99%, which means Dales households will pay on average 11p more a week for our services in 2018/19.
11:00 2 March: Agencies - led by Derbyshire Constabulary - dealing with the extreme weather conditions have issued the following urgent appeal: Do not attempt to drive on the following roads, which are impassable and will be closed for the next 24 hours: