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Clerk: Laura Storey
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Latest News

The Kedleston Road Development

It's not all over

On the 14 November Kedleston Estates succeeded, through their surrogate Catesby Estates, in getting the green light from Amber Valley Planning Board to go ahead with developing the site at the Southern end of the Parish, where the intention is to build 400 houses, 2 or 3 storey in height and in a variety of styles A number of speakers, including myself on behalf of the village, were permitted to briefly address the Planning Board, raising various concerns about the proposed development.
The Parish Council will continue to seek to influence the development and indeed some of the ' attached to the granting of permission to build are a direct result of our contacts with Amber Valley planners and Catesby Estates.
We will seek a dialogue with the firm who will undertake the construction and monitor their adherence to and ' of all the ' imposed, without which the development may not proceed As I mentioned in our spring Newsletter, an important issue which we will raise with the builders will be responsible routing of construction traffic, which should mean a total embargo of such vehicles through our village. Where a builder infringes the terms of the planning consent there is the option of ' by the Local Planning Authority If we see problems during construction we will not hesitate to alert Amber Valley to them, although we would wish to raise them (and hopefully resolve them) informally with the builder before proceeding to
the enforcement process. More »

Dr Paul Hodson,
Chair, Quarndon Parish Council Planning Group » Less

Posted: Wed, 16 Oct 2019 19:48 by Matthew Pitt

Road Closure - Burley Lane 21 Oct - 23 Oct

Severn Trent are carrying out work at 131A Burley Lane. The road will be closed but allow emergency traffic. More »

WHERE:Burley Lane, Quarndon between its junctions with Burley Drive and Montpelier.

REASON: To facilitate new water connection. ALTERNATIVE ROUTE: A6 Derby Road, B5023 Broadway, Cumberhills Road, Beech Avenue, The Common and vice versa. Access will be maintained, whenever reasonably possible, on the affected length of road. The road will re-open as soon as the work is finished. This may be earlier than advertised.

Derbyshire County Council apologises for any inconvenience caused while work takes place. Anyone needing further information should ring Call Derbyshire 01629 533190. » Less

Posted: Mon, 14 Oct 2019 12:47 by Matthew Pitt

Quarndon Fireworks Saturday 9th November

Quarndon Fireworks Saturday 9th November

This family event is on Saturday 9th November is organised by Quarndon Events, Quarndon Cricket Club and Quarndon Parish Council. More »

The fireworks display is free, but there will be donation buckets on the night.

Gates open at 6pm. There is hot food and a bar from 6pm too. At 7pm the beacon will be lit and at .30pm the event everyone has been waiting for - the firework display - and this year it's automated!

Glow sticks will be on sale, but please don't bring your own fireworks, not even sparklers.

Parking: walk or use Quarndon Cricket Club, as there's strictly no on-road parking.

Double click on the image to the right to open the printable poster for more information about this exciting event on Saturday 9th November! » Less

Posted: Wed, 09 Oct 2019 16:59 by Clare Turner