Mickleover Neighbourhood Team
Your local Safer Neighbourhood Team
If you wish to complain about anti-social behaviour or report a crime you can contact the Mickleover 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. You can also view their page about the Mickleover Safer Neighbourhood Team.
For more information about neighbourhood forums, visit our Neighbourhood working - information page.
Find out more about Neighbourhood Forum meetings.
Mickleover Neighbourhood Board
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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 Mickleover Neighbourhood Board
- Councillor Alison Holmes - Chair
- Councillor John Keith
- Councillor Matthew Holmes
- Inspector Ranjit Dol - Derbyshire Police
- Mike Bellamy - Mickleover Community Centre
- Geoff Smout - Local resident and Neighbourhood Watches
- Andrew Templar - Local resident and Mickleover Churches Together
- Peter Barker - Local resident
- Stuart Walker - Mickleover Sports Club
- Fay Winter - Local resident
- Geoff Smout - Local resident
- Tony Roelich - Local resident
- Les Sims - Local resident
- Peter Walley - Vicar - All Saints
- David Lewis - Our Mickleover
Your neighbourhood priorities
- A better built and natural environment: Ensuring an effective, safe and varied transport infrastructure, protecting our green and open spaces, ensuring traffic travels within local speed limits, protecting and supporting our local shops.
- More people living longer and in better health: Providing more opportunities for Mickleover residents are more physically active.
- Being safe and feeling safe: Ensuring people who live or work in Mickleover feel safe and know how to keep safe and reducing antisocial behaviour.
- Build a stronger Mickleover Community: Increasing community involvement in running community organisations, promoting and raising the profile of Mickleover Neighbourhood Board, protecting and promoting Mickleover's identity.
- An active cultural life: Supporting an active and inclusive programme of events and activities for the community.
How can I join the Mickleover 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 and activities
For more information on what neighbourhood forums and boards are, and how to access funding for local projects and community groups, visit the Neighbourhood partnerships – information page.
Community and partnership websites