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Street name plates

We look after street name plates for adopted roads in the area. We do not provide or maintain name plates for private or unadopted roads. A developer has to provide the name plate for a new road before it can be adopted.

Litter bins

Please use our litter bins to dispose of bagged dog waste and any other litter you create while you are out and about.  It is against the law to use litter bins to throw away general rubbish from your home. If you are caught you may receive a fine.

Report a problem to the team who look after where the bin is

Seats and benches

We provide and look after seats and benches in our parks and cemeteries. We also look after roadside benches for Derbyshire County Council but you will need to contact DCC to request a new bench by the roadside.

To request a new memorial bench from please complete our online form.

If you spot a broken bench please report it online.

Other benches are the responsibility of your town or parish council.


We provide and look after some permanent and seasonal flower displays and hanging baskets. Others are provided by your town or parish council.
Contact us if you are interested in sponsoring a flower display, hanging basket or roundabout.

Railings, bollards and lamp posts

We look after railings, bollards lamp posts and signs in our parks and open spaces.

Bus shelters

We look after some bus shelters, Derbyshire County Council are responsible for some and others may belong to your parish council.

We provide an annual power wash, weeding and weed spray for the shelters we look after.

Contact us to report a damaged bus shelter.

Street lights, road signs and highway problems

Derbyshire County Council look after street lighting, road signs as well as road and pavement surfaces.

Road gullies (road drains)

Derbyshire County Council Highways Department have responsibility for cleaning out highway 'road gullies'.

You can contact Derbyshire County Council Highways tel: 01629 533190 or email

Alternatively you can report it online via their website.