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…

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Conservative Group Aims

Amber Valley Council Conservative Group,

May 2015.

To reduce costs whilst continuing to deliver top class services to the residents of Amber Valley. To continue to improve where affordable, our popular refuse and recycling service. We shall support our award-winning Leisure Centres and “Green Flag” parks. We will take a zero tolerance approach to dog…

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Swanwick election win

Amber Valley Conservatives are pleased to announce that Cllr. David Wilson held Swanwick in the ward’s delayed election yesterday.

Cllr Wilson commented: “I would like to thank all residents that voted for me. I fought a campaign on scrutinising the Labour controlling group, ensuring value for money services, reducing traffic and…

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RIP Lynne Watson

We are incredibly saddened by the death of Cllr Lynne Watson, an active member of Swanwick’s community, where she chaired the Parish Council.

Our condolences go out to her family during this difficult time.

Nigel Mills said: “I was very saddened to hear the news of Lynne’s sudden death. I had known…

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Chancellor visits Amber Valley

Amber Valley Conservatives played host to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, who visited the Denby Bank development site on the border of Denby and Marehay.

Mr Osborne came to visit the new-build site, which also incorporates new affordable and Social Housing to talk about the Help to Buy scheme, which has been…

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RIP Lady Thatcher

Amber Valley Conservatives would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of Lady Thatcher, a fantastic Prime Minister who turned the country around following the troubles we had in the 1970s.

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