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Business and Licensing
- Business Rates
- Business support and advice
- Commercial Property
- Health and Safety
- Licences and street trading
- Tenders and contracts
Consumer Direct provide clear, practical advice to help consumers sort out problems and disagreements with suppliers of goods or services. From overcharging to faulty goods, and dodgy workmanship to recording dishonest traders and scams, Consumer Direct's trained advisers are ready to offer individual solutions for individual problems.
Derbyshire County Council Trading standards deal with enquiries from Business customers.
Economic Development is a key priority for Erewash Borough Council as a strong local economy is vital to the overall success and wellbeing of the Borough.
Through its Economic Development service Erewash Borough Council is committed to ensuring that the Borough's businesses and workforce have the skills and support necessary to take full advantage of future opportunities.
- Community and Living
Environment and Waste
All households in Erewash now receive a fortnightly collection service which consists of black bins for waste which cannot be recycled, brown bins for garden waste and green recycling bags or blue bins for recyclable material.
Black bins, brown bins and green recycling bags are all provided free of charge.
The black bin is emptied on alternate weeks to the green bags / blue bins and brown bins which are collected on the same day but by separate vehicles.
- Housing and Council Tax
Culture and Leisure
- Arts and culture
- Local history and heritage
- Parks and open spaces
- Venues functions and parties
Pride in Erewash
Erewash Borough Council's Pride in Erewash initiative is a fantastic campaign with the community at its heart. It aims to create a cleaner, greener and safer borough for our current residents and future generations. Now into its eighth year, the campaign is going from strength to strength with hundreds of residents, partners and volunteers taking part in environmental and community events throughout the year.
- The Health Club
- Adult and junior activities
- Events in Erewash
- West Park Leisure Centre
- Victoria Park Leisure Centre
- Rutland Sports Park
- Sandiacre Friesland Sports Centre
- Childrens Parties
- Sport and Leisure
- Activities for Children
- Activities for Young People
- Activities for Adults
- Sports Activities
Planning & Building Control
- Building control
Conservation and design
Erewash Borough Council provides a range of specialist services relating to the built environment. Follow the links on the left and articles below to find out more about what we do.
- Local Land Charges
- Planning (Development management)
Planning (Policy & Regeneration)
Erewash Local Development Framework (or Local Plan)
Erewash Borough Council has been working on the preparation of a Local Development Framework (LDF) to replace the present Borough Local Plan (Saved Policies). The Council has prioritised the preparation of a Core Strategy Development Plan Document (DPD). For more information on the LDF, Core Strategy and the evidence base that underpins these documents please click on the links on the right hand side of this page.
- LDF Local plan
The Core Strategy sets out the vision and strategy for growth and development in Erewash up to 2028 and includes strategic policies for housing, business, retail, transport and heritage. The Erewash Core Strategy has been prepared in broad alignment with the Aligned Core Strategies of Broxtowe Borough, Gedling Borough and Nottingham City Councils.
The first public stage in preparing this document was the Issues and Options consultation, which took place in the summer of 2009. This was followed by the Option for Consultation in spring 2010 and later consultation in the summer of 2011 on a Housing Provision Position Paper and proposed revisions to Policy 1: Climate Change. Responses to these earlier consultations have helped to shape the Erewash Core Strategy (Submission Version), which sets out how the Council thinks Erewash should develop over the period to 2028.
The Borough Council formally submitted its Core Strategy to the Secretary of State on 30 November 2012. An independent inspector has been appointed to carry out a public examination and report on the Erewash Core Strategy; for more information please click on the Core Strategy Examination link on the left hand side of this webpage.
An important focus of the planning system is the need to ensure that policies are based on clear and up to date evidence and that this is monitored regularly. Please click on the links below to view the evidence produced under each of the eight sections:
- Search Planning Applications
Stanton Planning Application
Erewash Borough Council received an outline planning application from Saint Gobain PAM UK Ltd on 7th February 2013 for the redevelopment of the former Stanton Ironworks site. The proposed scheme is for a major mixed-use development to include 1,950 residential units, a neighbourhood centre and employment uses.
The application was withdrawn in July 2015.
For more information, click on the items below.
- Streets and Transports
Comments, compliments and complaints
Erewash Borough Council welcomes feedback from its customers. Should you wish to make a general enquiry, have any comments or compliments about how we provide our services, or ideas as to how they might be developed in the future, please let us know.
Ilkeston Town Hall
We know that not everything we do makes people happy but not all feedback can be viewed as a complaint. Here are a few examples of what might, or might not be a complaint:
What is a complaint?
What is not a complaint?
You are unhappy with the way a policy is carried out You are unhappy with the council’s policy itself or their application of a rule of law Failure to implement a decision or carry out a duty that we should You are waiting for the outcome of an appeal to a Council Committee, or an independent appeal hearing, such as a Benefits Appeal, Planning Appeal or a court case. You are not happy with how a member of staff treated you A member of staff was following the procedure set out in a council policy Failure to provide a service or the provision of a poor service You are not happy about the administration of a statutory duty You have been discriminated against Failure to consider all the relevant facts when making a decision You have not provided all the information requested, which affected our decision.
- Council budgets and spending
- EBC News
- Council & democracy
Data Protection, Freedom of Information (FoI) and Environmental Information Regulations (EIR)
The Ministry of Justice are responsible in government for upholding justice, rights and democracy.
Their objectives are to:
- provide effective and accessible justice for all
- ensure people's rights and responsibilities
- enhance democratic freedoms by modernising the law and the constitution.
The departments specific responsibilities in relation to people’s rights include:
- the law and policy on human rights
- information rights - including freedom of information and data protection
- gender recognition.
The Information Commissioner
The Information Commissioner is an independent official appointed by the Crown to oversee the Data Protection Act 1998, the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Environmental Information Regulations 2004.
The Information Commissioner has a duty to Promote public access to official information and protecting your personal information and provides extensive guidance on how people can exercise their rights.
Elections - Results
Results for all the latest elections can be found within this section of the website, as and when they are published. Alternatively for archived results please contact us via telephone on: 0115 907 1190.
Erewash Borough Council Results
The borough has a geographical area of 42.2 square miles (or 26,955 acres) and has a total electorate of 84,819 living in 50,288 households. The main towns are Ilkeston, with an electorate of 28,434, and Long Eaton, with an electorate of 28,176.
The remaining smaller urban and rural areas have a total electorate of 28,209. These areas are Breadsall, Morley, Breaston, Dale Abbey, Risley, Hopwell, Stanton-by-Dale, Draycott, Little Eaton, Ockbrook and Borrowash, Sandiacre, Stanley, Stanley Common and West Hallam.
- Local Parish Results
- County Council Results
- Parliamentary Results
- Police and Crime Commissioner Results
- Erewash Borough Council Results
- Current Elections
- Elections - Results
Equality and diversity
What is equality and diversity?
Equality is about making sure people are treated fairly. Equality is not about treating everyone in the same way, but it recognises that their needs are met in different ways.
Equality focuses on those areas covered by law, namely the key areas of age, gender, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and sexual orientation.
- We aim to be recognised as a leader of diversity and equality in our work and as an example of good practice in employment.
- Develop a diverse and inclusive workforce at all levels of the Council.
- Develop services that meet the diverse needs of our customers and potential customers.
Commission services that meet our equality commitments.
- Meet our legal obligations.
Freedom Of Information and EIR
The Freedom of Information Act 2000 gives people the right to request information from public authorities, which includes us.
We have a statutory responsibility to comply with the requirements of the act – in particular being able to respond to requests for information in the correct and appropriate manner.
The following information is intended as a general guide to the FOI Act in order to raise awareness of the act and the responsibilities involved.
Why a Freedom of Information Act?
The FOI Act gives people the right to request information from public authorities. It is intended to promote a culture of openness and accountability amongst public sector bodies, and therefore facilitate better public understanding of how public authorities carry out their duties, why they make the decisions they do, and how they spend public money.
Erewash Borough Council “Publication Scheme”
Every public authority subject to the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOI), including Erewash Borough Council, is required to adopt and maintain a “Publication Scheme”. A “Publication Scheme” is a commitment to routinely and proactively provide information to the public.
The Erewash Borough Council “Publication Scheme” is based on the model approved by the Information Commissioner which contains seven classes of information. These are:
- Publication scheme
- Comments, compliments and complaints
Welcome to Erewash Borough Council FOI Disclosure Log. The Disclosure Log displays selected replies by the Council to requests for information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Environmental Information Regulations 2004.
Most of the information that we provide in response to the Freedom of Information Act 2000/Environmental Information Regulations 2004 requests will be subject to copyright protection. In most cases the copyright will be owed by Erewash Borough Council. The copyright The copyright in other information may be owned by another person or organisation, as indicated by the information itself.
You are free to use any information supplied for your own use, including non commercial research purposes. The information may also be used for the purpose of news reporting. However, any other type of re-use, for example, by publishing the information or issuing copies to the public will require the permission of the copyright holder.
- Information where the copyright is owned by Erewash Borough Council details of the conditions on re-use.
- For information where the copyright is owned by another person or organisation, you must apply to the copyright owner to obtain their permission.
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