Bridleway 10 improvement works
The Parish Council are pleased to advise local residents that the much needed improvement works to Bridleway 10 is now complete.
The Parish Council and Derbyshire County Council have worked in partnership to complete this project.
New Noticeboard Location
The Parish Council are pleased to advise residents that a new noticeboard has been located at the junction of Danesby Rise and Denby Road, opposite the One-Stop Shop.
Memorial Garden, Denby Village
Milestone, Derby Road
Denby Parish Council provides local services. We strive to make Denby a better place to live, work and play. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact the clerk on email@example.com
The audit of accounts for Denby Parish Council for the year ended 31st March 2019 has been completed and the accounts are now published.
Posted: Tue, 08 Oct 2019 00:30 by Karen Howe
Local residents are invited to a public consultation event on
Monday, 23rd September 2019 4pm - 8pm at
John Flamsteed Community School, Derby Road, Denby, DE5 8NP
Where Harworth Group will present their proposals for the development of land to the north of Denby. More »
Posted: Tue, 10 Sep 2019 08:36 by Karen Howe
Amber Valley Borough Counil - Proposed public spaces protection (Control of Dogs) Order Consultation
The council are consulting on its plan to introduce a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) relating to dogs in the borough. If introduced, the PSPO will require any person in charge of a dog:
•to immediately remove any of the dog's faeces from public areas; More »
•in public areas, to show they have suitable means in their possession for cleaning up dog faeces, e.g. a suitable bag;
•to keep the dog on a lead in cemeteries and burial grounds; and
•to prevent it from entering or remaining in children's play areas within parks and open spaces.
Any person found, by an authorised person, to be in breach of these requirements will commit an offence and could be dealt with either by way of a Fixed Penalty Notice or prosecution in the magistrate's court.
The council recognises that, for those who use an assistance dog, these requirements are not reasonable and therefore they will be exempt from the requirements of the PSPO.
The council wishes to address issues relating to dogs through education and awareness raising, and will therefore promote the PSPO, should it be adopted, in the following ways:
•Published media such as residents and parish newsletters, press release and on-site notice boards.
•Social media through corporate accounts on Twitter and Facebook.
•Reference material will be added to the council's website.
Posted: Tue, 16 Jul 2019 11:23 by Karen Howe