Derbyshire County Council has launched a local response plan aimed at protecting the health of local residents and supporting workplaces to help them stay COVID-19 free. Working in partnership with Public Health England and the NHS Test and Trace Service this is part of the government’s coronavirus recovery plan to respond to any positive cases as quickly as possible. This initiative is designed to support businesses and economic recovery by providing testing for anyone with symptoms of coronavirus; stopping the onward spread of the virus in the workplace and wider society and allowing the country to return to normal as quickly and safely as possible. Details of how the county council will work with its partners to manage the recovery...

Victoria Park entrance, in Ilkeston
Residents are being asked for their views on Ilkeston’s Victoria Park as the major heritage project that has transformed it back to its former glory comes to an end. Erewash Borough Council was awarded over £740,000 by the National Lottery Heritage...

A car parking sign
Parking charges are set to resume in all Erewash Borough Council car parks. The fees were suspended by the council on 27 March to support and show appreciation for key workers who needed to park in the borough’s car parks, including Long Eaton...

Ilkeston  town centre
Residents can have their say on how Erewash Borough Council tackles anti-social behaviour caused by the consumption of alcohol in public places. The council currently has an order that covers the borough which helps the council and police deal with...

Erewash Borough Council

Erewash Borough Council, Town Hall, Wharncliffe Road, Ilkeston, Derbyshire, DE7 5RP
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