Derwent Neighbourhood Team
If you would like to get involved in your neighbourhood, you have any ideas on how to improve your local area or have any questions about the ward, you can contact:
Sharon Sewell, Neighbourhood Partnership Manager, by:
Graeme Walton, Derby Homes Area Housing Manager, by:
Jamie Robinson, Neighbourhood Partnership Officer, by:
Your local Safer Neighbourhood Team
If you wish to complain about antisocial behaviour or report a crime you can contact the Derwent 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.
Derwent Neighbourhood Board
Your local Neighbourhood Board is made up of local councillors, residents and representatives from community organisations and public services
- leads on behalf of the whole neighbourhood
- agrees the priorities for the neighbourhood
- decides where delegated Council budgets are to be spent
- monitors performance
- influences decisions that reflect the views of local residents
- decides on the vision for your neighbourhood.
Find out how to become a member of your Neighbourhood Board.
Members of Derwent Neighbourhood Board 2018/19
- Councillor Richard Hudson - Chair
- Councillor Stephen Willoughby
- Councillor Martin Rawson
- Inspector Lauren Woods - Derbyshire Police
- Graeme Walton - Derby Homes Area Housing Manager
- Sarah Wigley - Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service
- Reverend Romita Shrisunder - St Philip’s Church and St Mark’s Church
- Rob Shade - HOPE Wrestling
- Mark Gerowski - HOPE Wrestling
- Sarah Hallam - Resident
- Rosie Hallam - Resident
- Ben Honey - Resident
- Beth Honey - Resident
- David Walsh - Sporting Communities
Advisors to Derwent Neighbourhood Board 2018/19
- Ruth Hardy - Senior Youth Worker Manager
- Tim Banton - North Area Traffic Management Manager
- Sharon Sewell - Neighbourhood Partnership Manager
Your neighbourhood priorities for 2018/19
- A better built and natural environment: Focusing on street cleanliness, fly-tipping, litter, dealing with empty properties, managing vacant sites and plots, and physical improvements and maintenance.
- More people living longer in better health: Focusing on older people and their services, access to health services and facilities, creating healthy lifestyles, and tackling drug and alcohol use.
- Being safe and feeling safe: Focusing on tackling antisocial behaviour and youth nuisance, burglary and theft, vandalism and criminal damage, and crime prevention.
- A strong community: Focusing on communicating the work carried out by the Derwent Neighbourhood Board, finding out what local people (including young people) think of the area and what needs improving, communicating the message that people can get involved in local decision making, engaging young people in the decision making process, and more outreach work to attract a varied range of people.
- An active cultural life: Focusing on promoting and improving community facilities and activities, providing school holiday activities and out of school activities.
- Economy and poverty: Focusing on access to work and training, and access to advice and support.
How can I join the Derwent 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 form or contact us.
Local events, news, activities and forms
For more information on what neighbourhood forums and boards are, visit the Neighbourhood partnerships – information page.
Community and partnership websites