• 2017 Derbyshire County Council elections

    Derbyshire County Council elections are taking place on 4 May 2017. Click here to find details of our manifesto and your local Conservative candidates.

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  • Welcome from Chairman

    Amber Valley Conservatives are a group of like-minded people who are committed to making Amber Valley an even better place to live and work.

    With three MPs, control of the Borough Council and representation on the County Coucil, we try to make a difference for everyone here.

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  • Nigel Mills MP

    Nigel Mills MP serves the Amber Valley constituency, including Ripley, Heanor, Alreton and surround villages. He's delivered real improvements to the lives of local people through his campaigns to rebuild Heanor Hospital and reduce income tax.

    You can view his web site here.

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  • Your Councillors

    We are proud to represent our ward members on Amber Valley Borough Council, and we also have several members of Derbyshire County Council. Our job is to represent you to the best of our ability.

    You can find out who your local Conservative councillor is here.

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We’re proud to serve the people of Amber Valley through our service to residents in our control of the Borough Council, representing you on Derbyshire County Council, and our three representatives in Parliament, Nigel Mills MP, Pauline Latham OBE MP and Patrick McLoughlin MP.

You can reach us by contacting us online. You can find the contact details for your MPs here.

You can find out more about your community councillors – elected by you to serve you on a variety of matters – by clicking here.

New Leader and Cabinet for Amber Valley Borough Council

Cllr Kevin Buttery is now Leader of Amber Valley Borough Council and has announced his new Cabinet.

Cllr Kevin Buttery said: “I’m hugely proud to have been chosen by my fellow councillors to lead Amber Valley Borough Council at this challenging, but exciting time.

“My priorities are very much about economy, housing, skills and job creation.

“With my Cabinet, I will look at new ways of working, working with other Councils, stakeholders and staff, to protect and improve front line services and build for [...]

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Labour Councillors Block Plans to Save £250,000

At the meeting of Amber Valley Borough Council on 18 November the Conservative administration put forward a proposal to change the council’s election cycle. Currently, elections are held in three years out of every four with one-third of the councillors being elected on each occasion. The proposal was to change this to having an election for all councillors once every four years. This proposal would have saved the Council £250,000 each election cycle.

Cllr Alan Cox, [...]

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