26th May 2024

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Dronfield Town Council

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Dronfield Town Council provides YOUR local services. We strive to make Dronfield a better place to live, work and visit. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search bar or browse the site to find out more.

If you can't find what you require or would like to recommend any improvements to our website, then please contact us.

Alternatively the Town Council office opening hours are normally 10am to 2pm Monday to Friday.


If you have any difficulty accessing any areas of our website please contact us by calling 01246 418573 or email townclerk@dronfield.gov.uk to discuss how we can help accommodate your needs and requirements.

Please click here to view our accessibility statement.

Public Notices

Repair of potholes in Dronfield

Please note the Town Council are not responsible for the maintenance of the highways. All road faults should be reported directly to Derbyshire County Council, who are the responsible council for the maintenance of the 3,500 miles of carriageways and footways within the county. Please click here to report a road fault or call Derbyshire County Council directly on 01629 533190.

To find out more about the Town Councils responsibilities please click here.

Access via Council Owned Land

If you require access over land owned by the Town Council, please contact us by emailing townclerk@dronfield.gov.uk to request permission before use - providing your name, address and phone number plus details of the access required and reason. A £200 refundable bond must be paid in advance and will be returned following a site inspection, by the Outside Services Manager, after use of the land. This includes use of the parks owned and managed by the Town Council, a list of which can be found by clicking here.

Tree Management

The Town Council undertake regular surveys and maintenance on many trees located around the Town, which are on land belonging to the Town Council. Some of these areas, such as Lea Brook Valley are also covered as a conservation area and many trees are also protected by Tree Protection Orders (TPO). TPOs can protect four main categories:

  • individual specimens
  • group
  • woodland
  • area

It is illegal to cut down, top, lop, uproot, damage or destroy a tree protected by a TPO, within a conservation area or on land owned and managed by the Town Council. Permission must always be requested directly from the Town Council by emailing townclerk@dronfield,gov.uk before any work is undertaken on a tree on land owned by the Town Council. For details on land owned and managed by the Town Council please click here.

ICO Registration Certificate

Annual Accounts for year ending 31st March 2023

Working for the community of Dronfield

Delivering your local services