Your local Safer Neighbourhood Team
If you wish to complain about anti-social behaviour or report a crime you can contact the Allestree Safer Neighbourhood Team by:
Your Safer Neighbourhood Team is committed to making your community a safer and better place to live and work.
Find out more about Safer Neighbourhoods on the Derbyshire Police website, and see their page about the Allestree and Darley Safer Neighbourhood Team.
If you have an interest in your local area, you can go to one of Allestree Neighbourhood Forum's open public meetings. The meetings take place every three months.
For more information about neighbourhood forums, visit our Neighbourhood working - information page.
Find out more about Neighbourhood Forum meetings.
Your local Neighbourhood Board is made up of local councillors, residents and representatives from community organisations and public services.
Find out how to become a member of your Neighbourhood Board.
If you are interested in joining your local Neighbourhood Board, or your community group is interested in nominating a representative, download, complete and return an application formor contact us.
The Neighbourhood Board was successful in bidding for funding from the Local Energy Assessment Fund. The fund from the Department of Energy and Climate Change was set up to encourage and enable communities to take advantage of energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies and support mechanisms.
The project aimed to identify energy efficiency opportunities, raise awareness of measures that householders can take to reduce their energy bills and carbon emissions and provide local residents with the skills to be able to advise others on home energy.
As part of the project, a Community Energy Assessment was carried out. The findings of this assessment are available in the Allestree Neighbourhood Board Community Energy Project.
Child Pedestrian Training - Road safety training funded by the Board for
For more information on what neighbourhood forums and boards are, and how to access funding for local projects and community groups, visit the Neighbourhood working - information page.