Arboretum neighbourhood ward
Arboretum 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:
Sarah Dosunmu, Neighbourhood Partnership Manager, by:
- telephone: 01332 643041
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Paula Solowij, Derby Homes Area Housing Manager, by:
- telephone: 01332 888645
- email: email@example.com
Rebecca Hudson, Neighbourhood Partnership Officer, by:
- telephone: 01332 643028
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Your local Safer Neighbourhood Team
If you wish to complain about anti-social behaviour or report a crime you can contact the Arboretum Safer Neighbourhood Team, by:
- telephone: 101
- email: email@example.com
- or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Arboretum Neighbourhood Forum
If you have an interest in your local area, you can go to one of Arboretum Neighbourhood Forum's open public meetings. The meetings take place every three months approximately.
For more information about neighbourhood forums, visit our Neighbourhood working page.
Find out more about Neighbourhood Forum meetings.
Ward walkabouts is an initiative to strengthen community spirit, build safer communities and resolve community issues. This involves Councillors, Streetpride, Derby Homes and the Police, together with local residents leading a high profile and visible patrol. The idea behind this is to get back to traditional community values of local people looking out for each other and identifying and problems raised in the area. Patrols take place in a different part of the community within the Arboretum Ward. We walk, talk, greet and listen, dealing with issues we come across. Please come along and join us.
The walkabouts for 2020/21 will be arranged and promoted following evolving Covid-19 guidelines
Arboretum 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
The Neighbourhood Board received a budget in April 2020. This budget is to enable voluntary and community groups (Non Commercial) to apply for funding for projects/events, that will both benefit and enable the community and its residents. If you would be interested in putting together a funding application for consideration of the board, please read the guidance and complete the form:
- Board Funding Application 2020/21Board Funding Application 2021/22
- Neighbourhood board devolved budget funding guidance
Find out how to become a member of your Neighbourhood Board.
Members of Arboretum Neighbourhood Board 2019/20 to continue for 20/21
- Chair - Councillor S Khan
- Councillor Hussain
- Councillor Nawaz
- Anthony Adams
- Monica Bailey
- Andrew Cejar
- Alastair Christie
- Albashir Kuri
Community and voluntary organisations
- Jo Simister - Chair of Friends of Derby Arboretum
- George Mighty- West Indian Community Centre
- Margita Cechova - Roma Community Care
- Abbas Fatah - Kurdish Community Group
Partner Organisations and Services
- Inspector Keith Chambers - Police, Peartree SNT
- Sgt Mike Sisman - Police, Peartree SNT
- Sgt Jamie Millard - Police, City Centre SNT
- Paula Solowij - Derby Homes Area Housing Manager
- Rajeev Nath - Local Area Coordination - Adult Social Care
- Marissa Jefford - Local Area Co-ordinator
- Sajda Kauser - Derby City NHS
- Mick McNaught - Derby Parks
Your neighbourhood priorities for 2019/20
- Education and engagement with residents
- Addressing fly tipping and littering
- Cleaner streets
- Rogue landlords
- Drug and alcohol misuse and related crime and ASB
- Youth crime and ASB
- Gangs and Organised Crime Groups
- Preventing domestic and sexual violence and supporting victims
How can I join the Arboretum 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.
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 page.