News Archive - September 2018
Residents urged to use recycling bank correctlyUsers of a recycling bank in a South Derbyshire village are being warned to utilise it properly or face the possibility of losing it.
Annual Report showcases Council successesThe extensive work being done to make South Derbyshire a better place to live, work and visit has been captured in a new document.
More than 20 stalls on offer at Universal Credit sessionMore than 20 stalls will be available to offer expert advice and support on Universal Credit at a free drop in session in South Derbyshire.
What happens when a business is awarded a low food hygiene rating?We regularly post on social media to celebrate businesses which achieve a high food hygiene rating. But what happens when we inspect a business that is awarded a low food hygiene rating?
Tree-mendous Free Tree Scheme is backGreen fingered residents, schools and community groups are being invited to branch out and apply for a free tree.
Council calls for airport to further reduce noise levelsCalls are being made for East Midlands Airport (EMA) to take extra steps to further reduce noise levels, particularly at night, over the coming years.