Sandiacre News

13/12/2018: The first week of the community household waste collection scheme in Erewash has been hailed a success - with residents dropping off items totalling nearly two and a half tonnes in weight.
12/12/2018: Detectives investigating a car theft have released images of four men they would like to speak to in connection with the incident.
05/12/2018: The company that will take over the running of Erewash Borough Council’s leisure services has been confirmed as Parkwood Leisure Ltd.
29/11/2018: People in Erewash will benefit from the latest round of Rural Community Grants that look set to be given the go ahead at a Council Executive meeting on 4 December.
29/11/2018: A hard-hitting package of measures to help tackle the impact of HS2 in Erewash will be discussed by councillors at a meeting of Erewash Borough Council’s Executive next week.
 Photo: Councillor Garry Hickton, Lead Member for Environment, and neighbourhood warden Shane Barnes.
28/11/2018: A pilot waste collection scheme for people to dispose of small bulky items they no longer need will begin in Erewash on December 8.
15/11/2018: A Labour party spokesperson for the Erewash borough has issued a statement after the Conservative controlled borough council finalised plans to privatise its leisure centres at a closed meeting on Thursday 8th November.
15/11/2018: Derbyshire County Council is warning road users to take care on the borough's highways after a spate of thefts of metal grates from roadside gutters.
31/10/2018: Derby & Sandiacre Canal Trust's long term aim is to restore the canal from Lock Lane, Sandiacre to Swarkestone via Derby.  The stretch of canal path from Lock Lane to Bostocks Lane has been acquired and the first stage of the restoration will be to empty the lock chamber by Lock Lane bridge.  This chamber has been used as a landfill site in the past so a contractor has been employed to undertake clearance work on behalf of the Trust during week commencing 3rd December 2018.
24/10/2018: Borough and county bus passengers are to benefit from better information as ‘live’ journey time technology is rolled out.

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