Area Profiles

Area Profiles

A set of Area Profiles have been prepared to help inform the preparation of the Core Strategy. They were created to help us gain a better understanding of the characteristics and features of local communities in Amber Valley. The profiles are ward based but in some cases profiles are made up from a number of wards which share similar characteristics. The profiles present published statistics together with summarises of the evidence base. These are 'living' drafts and will be updated in the light of public consultation and/or when new information or evidence becomes available.

The list of Area Profiles can be seen below, please click on them to view;

  1. Alfreton
  2. Alport
  3. Belper
  4. Codnor and Waingroves
  5. Crich
  6. Duffield
  7. Heanor
  8. Ironville and Riddings
  9. Kilburn, Denby and Holbrook
  10. Langley Mill and Aldercar
  11. Ripley
  12. Shipley, Horsley and Horsley and Woodhouse
  13. Somercotes
  14. South West Parishes
  15. Swanwick
  16. Wingfield


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