Neighbourhood ward - Normanton

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Normanton Neighbourhood Team

Your Neighbourhood Team is based at The Council House, Corporation Street, Derby DE1 2FS.

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:

Sarah Dosunmu, Neighbourhood Partnership Manager, by:

Jane Harrison, Neighbourhood Partnership Officer, by:

Your local Safer Neighbourhood Team

If you wish to complain about anti-social behaviour or report a crime you can contact the Normanton 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 Normanton Safer Neighbourhood Team.

Normanton Neighbourhood Forum

If you have an interest in your local area, you can go to one of Normanton Neighbourhood Forum's open public meetings. The meetings take place around every three months.

For more information about neighbourhood forums, visit our Neighbourhood working - information page.

Normanton Neighbourhood Forum runs a number of Citizens and Councillors on Patrol

Normanton Neighbourhood Forum dates and papers for 2017/18‌‌

All meetings start at 6.00pm. 

Find out more about Neighbourhood Forum meetings.

Councillors and Citizens on Patrol

This is an initiative to tackle the perception of crime, strengthen community spirit and resolve community issues. This involves councillors and local residents leading high profile and visible patrols.

The idea behind this is to get back to traditional community values of local people looking out for each other. Patrols take place in a different part of the community within the Normanton Ward. We walk, talk, greet & listen, dealing with issues we come across while hopefully having some fun at the same time.

The next date for the Councillor and Citizen on Patrol

Tuesday 14 November 2017, 17:30pm, meet at the junction of Coleridge Street and Kitchener Avenue

Wednesday 24 January 2018, 2:00pm, meet at the junction of Rawdon Street and Church Street

Monday 29 January 2018, 2:00pm, meet at the junction of Lower Dale Road and Stonehill Road

Normanton Neighbourhood Board

Your local Neighbourhood Board is made up of local councillors, residents and representatives from community organisations and public services.

The Board:

  • 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 Normanton Neighbourhood Board 2017/18

Councillors

  • Councillor Balbir Sandhu - Chair
  • Councillor Hardyal Dhindsa
  • Councillor Jangir Khan

Partner Organisations and Services

  • Sajda Kausar - NHS Derby City
  • Sgt Keith Chambers - Derbyshire Police
  • Ewa Van DeSchoottbrugge- Metropolitan Housing Association
  • Dan Robertson- Sustrans
  • Nanda Savage- MAT Team, Children's and Young People's Services
  • Nicola Cokayne- Environmental Protection

Community and Voluntary Organisations

  • Ravi Mattu- Indian Community Centre
  • Hashi Hadi- Hamaari

Local Residents

  • Dave Lamb
  • Jill Lamb
  • David Butler
  • Carla Mathurin
  • Janet Tristram
  • Gordon Savage
  • Neil Barber- St Giles Church
  • Terry Anderson- Community Organiser
  • Tansy Spencer- Community Organiser
  • Donovan Taylor- Community Organiser

 

Your neighbourhood priorities for 2017/18

Priorities

Focus on

Environment – to have a clean neighbourhood where residents take pride in the area and there are well maintained homes; streets; parks and open spaces

  • Reduce fly tipping, litter and waste problems on public and private land.
  • Improve housing conditions, working with landlords to improve private rented accommodation
  • Residents being good neighbours and taking responsibility for their neighbourhood
  • Parks and open spaces

Crime and Community Safety – a neighbourhood where people feel safe

  • Reducing Anti-Social Behaviour focusing on youth ASB
  • Reduce burglary and vehicle crime
  • Reduce incidences of drug misuse and dealing

Communities – residents who are informed and are able to get along with each other and involved in decisions affecting their community.

  • Community cohesion and integration of new and emerging communities
  • Communication between and with local residents
  • Activities and initiatives for children and young people
  • Improving health and wellbeing of residents
  • Supporting the most vulnerable members of the community
  • Supporting and improving community facilities
  • Community events and activities

Highways and Transport – safe and efficient travel and transport in and around the neighbourhood

  • Improving traffic flow by implementing measures such a one way streets
  • Road safety initiatives, focusing on working in partnership with schools and faith groups
  • Problem parking
  • Carriageway and footway maintenance
  • Support measures to increase sustainable transport

Education and employment – for residents to have the opportunity to fulfil their potential

  • Improve attainment at schools
  • Increase the employability of young people
  • Employment and training initiatives for residents
  • Advice and support for residents with changes to the welfare benefit system

How can I join the Normanton 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.

 

Local events, news and activities

More information

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

Downloads

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Contact details

Email:
Post address:
City and Neighbourhood Partnerships
Derby City Council
The Council House
Corporation Street
Derby
DE1 2FS
Minicom: 01332 640666
City and Neighbourhood Partnerships
Derby City Council
The Council House
Corporation Street
Derby
DE1 2FS