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Amber & Derwent Valley Map of Assessors, Providers and Installers


The district of Amber Valley was formed on 1 April 1974 by the merger of the urban districts of Alfreton, Belper, Heanor, and Ripley Rural District and Belper Rural District.

Located in the heart of Derbyshire the Borough shares common borders with the local authority areas of Erewash, Broxtowe, Ashfield, Derbyshire Dales, North East Derbyshire, South Derbyshire, Bolsover and Derby City.

The Borough covers an area of over 265 square kilometres making Amber Valley the third largest district Council in the East Midlands and the largest district authority population in Derbyshire with approximately 121,000 people living in 54,349 properties in the Borough.

Amber Valley is a mixture of rural communities in the western parishes, to more urban communities in the east. The eastern area includes the market towns of Alfreton, Heanor and Ripley with villages and parishes from Somercotes and Swanwick to Waingroves and Codnor. The historic mill town of Belper sits in the centre of the Borough and within the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site, which runs from Cromford to Derby.

 

 

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