Community engagement

Munio logo and European Union logo

There are lots of ways in which we are engaging with the community.

Planning applications

The OCOR Outline Planning Application for the Our City Our River Project was granted 9th March 2016.

Other detailed planning applications will be submitted for:

  • Riverside Chambers - The former old Magistrates Court building- Full street
  • Riverside Gardens

Public drop-in sessions

We will be planning a series of drop-in sessions where you can find out more about and discuss the Munio project. Come along and meet us at our next session and find out what is happening now

Links with local stakeholders

We have engaged with these local stakeholders to discuss the benefits of Munio:

  • Friends of Derby Riverside Group

This is a group of like-minded people from around Derby who want to improve the Derby Riverside Gardens and River Walks to create a pleasurable place to visit and relax.

Like the Friends of Riverside Gardens Facebook page

  • Earl of Harrington’s Angling Club

The club manage the River Derwent through the city as well as five still water lakes on Derby Parks. Which are Allestree Park Lake, Markeaton Park Lake, Mill Dam, Alvaston Park Lake and Heatherton Pond, Littleover.

Find out more about the Earl of Harrington Angling Club website.

  • Derby Live

Derby Live present and produce an excellent and diverse programme of performances, events and festivals.


  • Cycle Derby

The aim of Cycle Derby is to motivate more adults and kids across Derby onto bikes.


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