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23rd May 2011

In This Issue

Low-rise vision for Castleward regeneration scheme

Sporting plans set to boost Derby economy

Derby hospital site set for June sale

Local enterprise partnership "could strengthen links"

Labour becomes biggest party on Derby City Council

Slew of applications "shows Derby confidence returning"

Derby Council promotes plans for new theatre

Derby Council approves superstore plans

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Low-rise vision for Castleward regeneration scheme

Castleward regeneration scheme

Derby’s proposed new urban village at Castleward will reject high-rise development to reflect surrounding Victorian architecture, according to a regeneration chief.
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Sporting plans set to boost Derby economy

Derby’s plan to invest £50 million in sporting facilities will help attract new investment to the city, according to its backers.
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Derby hospital site set for June sale

The former Derbyshire Royal Infirmary site, set for a major regeneration scheme, will be sold by the end of June.
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Local enterprise partnership "could strengthen links"

Derby from the air

The creation of a local enterprise partnership (LEP) covering Derby, Nottingham, and their counties, will stop the cities competing for the same funds, according to the chair of the body’s shadow board.
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Labour becomes biggest party on Derby City Council

The Labour Party has become the biggest single party on Derby City Council but has not won enough seats for an overall majority.
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Slew of applications "shows Derby confidence returning"

Derby city planners say that a glut of major applications in the city show a return of confidence to the city centre economy.
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Derby Council promotes plans for new theatre

Derby City Council says that its plans for an 800 seat theatre would not mean the end of the existing Derby Theatre.
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Derby Council approves superstore plans

Derby City Council has approved plans for a new supermarket at the Meteor Centre.
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About the latest issue of Perspective

The latest issue of Derby’s Perspective magazine looks at how office developments will bring employees onto the streets, how they will be good for local businesses and help to regenerate the city centre.
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