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Bolsover Contact Centre, Cotton Street, Bolsover S44 6HA
Clowne Contact Centre, The Arc, High Street, Clowne S43 4JY (main headquarters)


Shirebrook Contact Centre, 2A Main Street, Shirebrook NG20 8AW
South Normanton Contact Centre, The Hub, Shiners Way, South Normanton DE55 2AA


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Customer service

We have four Contact Centres situated throughout the District where you can get an answer to your query either by speaking to an advisor over the telephone, face-to-face, via email or by writing into us. The Contact Centres are open from 9am to 5pm Monday-Friday and are located at:

  • Bolsover Contact Centre, Cotton Street, Bolsover S44 6HR
  • Clowne Contact Centre, The Arc, High Street, Clowne S43 4JY
  • Shirebrook Contact Centre, 2A Main Street, Shirebrook NG20 8AW
  • South Normanton Contact Centre, The Hub, Shiners Way, South Normanton DE55 2AA

The Contact Centres are your first point of contact with us and we have produced a leaflet (1.43MB) that highlights the wide range of services you can access from Council Tax to CAN Rangers and TV Licence Applications to Taxi Licences. 


Data protection

  • National Fraud Initiative Open or Close

    We are required by law to protect the public funds we administer. We may share information provided to us with other bodies responsible for; auditing, or administering public funds, or where undertaking a public function, in order to prevent and detect fraud.

    The Cabinet Office is responsible for carrying out data matching exercises.

    Data matching involves comparing computer records held by one body against other computer records held by the same or another body to see how far they match. This is usually personal information. Computerised data matching allows potentially fraudulent claims and payments to be identified. Where a match is found it may indicate that there is an inconsistency which requires further investigation. No assumption can be made as to whether there is fraud, error or other explanation until an investigation is carried out.

    We participate in the Cabinet Office’s National Fraud Initiative: a data matching exercise to assist in the prevention and detection of fraud. We are required to provide particular sets of data to the Minister for the Cabinet Office for matching for each exercise, as detailed here.

    The use of data by the Cabinet Office in a data matching exercise is carried out with statutory authority under Part 6 of the Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014. It does not require the consent of the individuals concerned under the Data Protection Act 1998.

    Data matching by the Cabinet Office is subject to a Code of Practice.

    View further information on the Cabinet Office’s legal powers and the reasons why it matches particular information. For further information on data matching please telephone 01246 242424.

  • CCTV Open or Close

    Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras are used for a variety of purposes and are an effective way of reducing crime and protecting public safety. Within the district there are community based cameras with the centres of Clowne, Creswell, Shirebrook and South Normanton. The Council also uses CCTV at its main buildings.

    The Council adheres to the ICO's CCTV Code of Practice. We also have strict internal controls in place to ensure that only authorised individuals can view and handle footage.

    Please note that footage is only kept for a prescribed time period typically between 14 to 28 days depending on the scheme. You may wish to contact us before submitting your request to check the retention period for the scheme in question.

  • Data Protection Open or Close

    The Data Protection Act 1998 promotes a culture of openness and fairness in those who process personal data (data controllers). Bolsover District Council, as a data controller, complies with the Act. The Access to Data and Information policy outlines how the Council will ensure the public have access to data and information as appropriate. 

    You have the right to:

    • ask the Council if it holds personal information about you

    • ask what the information is used for

    • ask to be given a copy of the information held

    • ask whether the Council discloses your information to others and if so to whom

    • ask the Council to correct, erase or destroy any incorrect data

    • ask the Council not to use personal information about you for direct marketing purposes

    • ask the Council to stop processing which you consider is causing you unwarranted damage or distress

    • seek compensation if you have suffered damage caused by the Council’s contravention of the Act

    To make a subject access request you must apply in writing with:

    • your name and address

    • details of the service(s) holding your personal information

    • any other information (e.g. proof of ID, date of birth, rent or council tax number) that would help the Council identify your information

    • a fee of £10.00 for the provision of the information

    • Fill in the application form here

    The Council will provide help to make the request if you need it.

    Once your request has been received with the fee we will respond within 40 days:

    • telling you whether we hold information about you

    • providing you with copies of the information we hold

    • describing the purposes for which we process your data

    • listing to whom the information may have been disclosed

    • listing the sources of the information (if available)

    All enquiries including Subject Access Requests should be addressed to the Data Protection Officer. For further information on how to make a Subject Access Request including advice, template letters etc, please visit The Information Commissioner's website. Or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


  • Freedom of Information Open or Close

    The Freedom of Information (FOI) Act 2000 intends to promote a culture of openness and accountability in public authorities, by providing people with rights of access to all types of recorded information held by them. Anyone asking for information has the right.

    • to be told whether the information exists (except for absolute exemptions where we do not have to confirm or deny whether we have the information);
    • to receive the information (unless it is exempt) and, where possible, in the form requested.
    • to receive the information in the format requested (where possible)

    Our Access to Information Policy (138kb) sets out how we will comply with the following Acts – Data Protection Act 1998, Freedom of Information Act 2000 and Environmental Information Regulations 2004.

    The Publication Scheme
    Under the FOI Act 2000, all local authorities have to produce a Publication Scheme (827kb). This is a directory of information and publications that we already make available, so before you ask for any information, you should check whether it is included in our Publication Scheme. Please also see Transparency page for additional information

    How do I request information?
    A lot of information, often referred to as 'business as usual' requests is routinely available and all you have to do is contact the relevant section or department for the information you need. If you are not sure whether the information is already available, or who to contact, check the Publication Scheme (827kb).

    For information which is not routinely made available, then you will need to put your request in writing. This can be a letter, fax, email or you can complete the Information Request Form. It will help us to identify FOI requests if you state Freedom of Information at the top of your letter, fax or email. You do not have to tell us why you want the information, but it may help us to find exactly what you want if you do. Send your request to the Customer Service and Improvement (Freedom of Information), Bolsover District Council, The Arc, Clowne, Derbyshire S44 4JY. We have to deal with these requests within 20 working days.

    Will I be charged for information?
    For information included in our Publication Scheme (827kb), you may be charged for the cost of photocopying, printing and posting a copy of the relevant document(s). The Publication Scheme indicates whether such a charge applies. However, many documents can be obtained free of charge from our Contact Centres.

    Is there any information that cannot be released?
    Yes, if an exemption applies. There are two categories:

    1. Absolute exemptions - These are unquestionable exemptions under which we are not allowed to provide the information and include court records and personal information that would come under the Data Protection Act
    2. Qualified exemptions - This category is subject to a public interest test. This is where we will look at whether the balance of public interest is weighted in favour of giving the information requested. Where this is found to be the case, the information will be given. This category covers areas such as law enforcement and health and safety.

    What happens if a request for information is turned down?
    We will tell you why we have turned down the request, quoting any relevant exemptions. You then have a right of appeal, initially under our Complaints Procedure. If, after the appeal, the information is still not disclosed, you can ask the Information Commissioner to review the decision. The Information Commissioner's Office is the Government department that oversees and enforces FOI.

    Re-use of Public Sector Information

    A European Directive came into force on 1st July 2005 which allows people to apply to re-use public information held by public bodies (including this Council).  The directive does not provide access to the information itself.  Information needs to be sought under information regimes such as Freedom of Information Re-use means using the information received for a purpose other than the purpose for which the information was originally produced (including commercial purposes). Guidance on the re-use of information explains how you can make a request to re-use information and how we deal with requests.

    For more information please visit the Information Commissioner’s Office website http://ico.org.uk

    Where can I find out more information on FOI?
    We have produced a customer's guide to requesting information from the Council or you can visit the Government's FOI website for more information.

    We continually monitor to see how many FOI requests we have received and how we are performing against our targets in responding to these requests.

    BDC Executive Report FOI April 2015 - March 2016 (35kb)

    BDC Executive Report FOI October - March 2015 (445kb)

    BDC Executive Report FOI April - September 2014 (583kb)


Data Transparency

We are committed to the Local Government Transparency Code 2015. The Code sets out key principles for local authorities in creating greater transparency through the publication of public data - namely that the data be demand led, open and timely. The Code also prescribes what public data should be released as a minimum requirement. 

Open Government Licence

All of our data is available to use or re-use under the Open Government Licence. This is a free open licence for public sector bodies to license the use and re-use of their information and data easily. If you are intending to use or re-use any of our data please note the conditions of the licence. If we require you to make a specific form of attribution, this will be clearly referenced on the information concerned.

The Publication Scheme
Under the FOI Act 2000, all local authorities have to produce a Publication Scheme (1.7MB). This is a directory of information and publications that we already make available, so before you ask for any information, you should check whether it is included in our Publication Scheme. 

The following data is routinely published by us:

Transparency Data

Other Datasets

We are also committed to publishing other datasets where we have recognised a demand for this information through Freedom of Information requests received.

Please note that some data might be removed. This is known as "redaction" and is required to enable us to comply with the exemptions stated in the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). Examples of this include personal information that could identify an individual or information that is commercially sensitive. To ensure transparency any redactions will be clearly noted.

The following information is now situated at the bottom of the page;

Properties in receipt of local discounts

Properties in receipt of mandatory/discretionary rate relief

Properties in receipt of SBRR.

Business rate accounts in credit – a list of accounts in credit for the current financial year. This information is updated quarterly.

Council Tax collection rates and Business Rates:

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Empty commercial properties

New Business Rate Account Registrations - a list of new accounts for the current financial year. This information is updated monthly.

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Public health funerals
 - we are responsible for arranging the funeral of any person who has died and where it appears that no other agency or persons are making suitable arrangements for the disposal of the body. This information is updated monthly. Please note: an entry will only be placed on this register subsequent to the council dealing with a public health funeral.



Elections and voting

  • Annual Canvass Open or Close

    Each year every household in the Bolsover District will receive a Household Enquiry form, which is also known as the annual canvass.  The information we gather from this enables us to produce the new electoral register and ensures that everyone who should be entitled to vote can do so.

    If you are not included on the electoral roll you will not be able to vote so it is important that you provide us with up to date information on the occupants of your address.  You can't vote until you reach the age of 18 but any 16 or 17 year olds in your household should be included on the form.  You should not include any children under the age of 16.

    All of the major credit reference agencies use the electoral roll to verify your details when you apply for a mortgage, loan or other credit agreement.  If you are not on the electoral roll you are likely to have problems in obtaining any form of credit.

    We will be sending Household Enquiry Forms at the beginning of August 2017 to every household in the district. When you receive your Household Enquiry Form, please check this carefully to ensure it is correct and advise us of any changes that need to be made. The form will include details of how you can do this. Please respond without delay as this will mean we need to send out fewer reminders and helps us to keep costs down. Reminder forms will be sent mid September 2017 to households where no response has been received.

    The revised Register of Electors will be published on 1 December 2017.

  • By Elections Open or Close


    Periodically, vacancies arise on Parish Councils. Vacancies arise when Councillors cease to be qualified or become disqualified, do not accept their office after they have been elected, do not attend meetings, resign or pass away.

    When a vacancy arises, you will see a Notice of Vacancy in the Parish and published at www.Bolsover.gov.uk advertising the vacancy.

    Some Parishes are warded, which means that they are split into areas that are represented by specific Councillors. Sometimes, therefore, the Notice of Vacancy will specify the Parish ward that the vacancy is in.

    When a vacancy arises, electors from within the Parish or relevant Parish ward, where the Parish is warded, may call for an election by writing to the Returning Officer at Bolsover District Council. The Notice of Vacancy will list the Parish (and Parish ward, if relevant) and the date by which electors must contact the Returning Officer to request an election.

    Where an election isn’t called, the Parish Council may choose someone to fill the vacancy without an election (co-option).”


    Clowne Parish By-Election

    Scarcliffe Parish By-Election

    South Normanton West Ward

    South Normanton Central


  • Derbyshire County Council Election Open or Close

    The next elections to take place in Bolsover district  are the Derbyshire County Council Elections which will take place on Thursday 4 May 2017. In Bolsover area, there are 6 electoral divisions represented by six county councillors:

    We have issued the Notice of Election (11kb). Any new postal, proxy or postal vote applications, and changes to existing postal or proxy votes must reach us by 5pm on Tuesday 18 April 2017.

  • Parliamentary Election Open or Close

    Bolsover District residents who are already registered to vote willl automatically be sent poll cards to vote in the General Election.

    You only need to register if you have moved house or have not previously registered to vote at the address where you live, and the quickest and easiest way to do this is online,  where you will need to provide details including your date of birth and National Insurance Number.

    The deadline to register for the General Election on 8 June is midnight on 22 May.

    The deadline for receiving new postal vote and postal proxy applications, and for changes to existing postal or proxy votes is 5pm on Tuesday 23 May.

    The deadline for receiving new applications to vote by proxy (not postal proxy or emergency proxies) is 5pm om Wednesday 31 May.

    The earliest date that electors can apply for a replacement for lost postal votes is Friday 2 June.

    The last time for re-issue of spoilt or lost postal votes is 5pm on Thursday 8 June.

    The deadline for emergency proxy applications is 5pm on Thursday 8 June.

    If you require any further information, please ring the Electoral Services team on 01246 242435.

  • Standing as a Candidate Open or Close

    Prior to any election, prospective candidates must meet certain criteria before they are allowed to stand as a candidate.

    Local election candidates

    To qualify as a candidate for local elections you must:

    Be a British or Commonwealth citizen, a citizen of the Republic of Ireland or a citizen of the European Union.

    Be 18 years of age or more on the date of nomination

    Not be disqualified from holding office

    Candidates also have to meet one or more of the following criteria:

    They must be included on the electoral register and be a local government elector for the area on the date of nominations and thereafter.

    They must have occupied, as owner or tenant, any land or other premises in the area during the twelve months prior to nominations.

    Their principal or only place of work must have been in the area for the previous twelve months.

    They must have resided in the area for the whole of the previous twelve months.

    For parish elections, they must have resided in the area, or within three miles of the area for the whole of the previous twelve months.

    A candidate for all local elections must complete a nomination paper in order to stand for election. The nomination paper has to be signed by the requisite number of electors who live within the electoral ward, parish or division and must be returned by the statutory deadline together with the candidate’s consent to nomination.

    Although most candidates are nominated through a political party, individuals can stand for election in their own right. Candidates must submit a return of expenses detailing expenditure on items such as advertising, transport and attending public meetings.

    Parliamentary and European Parliamentary candidates

    To qualify as a candidate for UK Parliamentary elections you must:

    Be a British or Commonwealth citizen, a citizen of the Republic of Ireland.

    Be 18 years of age or more on the date of nomination

    Not be disqualified from holding office

    A candidate for a UK Parliamentary election must complete a nomination paper in order to stand for election. The nomination paper has to be signed by ten electors of the constituency.

    Candidates also have to submit a deposit of £500 which will be refunded only if the candidate receives more than 5% of the total votes cast in the election.

    The same qualifications apply for European Parliamentary elections as for a UK Parliamentary election with the addition that the candidate has to be a citizen of a country within the European Union.

    There is no requirement for a nomination paper to be submitted for these elections but a £5000 deposit is required which is refunded only if the candidate receives more than 2.5% of the total votes cast for the electoral region.

    Voting in European Parliamentary elections is based on proportional representation.  For all other elections it is a first past the post system. A person becomes a candidate at an election on the day on which they submit a valid nomination paper / their paper is declared valid. If a person makes it known in advance of the election that they are going to be a candidate, they will become a candidate on the last day for publication of the notice of election.

  • Voting Open or Close

    In order to vote in UK elections and referendums, you need to apply to have your name included on the electoral register. This is known as registering to vote. It is a legal requirement to supply the required information. You can register to vote online by clicking on the 'do it online' button on this page and clicking the register to vote icon.

    If you are not registered you will not be able to vote at any election. You are not automatically registered even if you pay Council Tax. You can register to vote if you are 16 years old or over, and a British, Irish, Commonwealth or European Union citizen. If you are 16 or 17, you can register now but you are not allowed to vote until you are 18.  The simplest way to register is by going online at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote.  It only takes a few minutes to register but you will need to have your National Insurance number to hand as you won't be able to complete your application without it.

    Elections in 2016

    The next scheduled elections will be displayed here.

    Postal Vote

    Anyone included in the Register of Electors may apply for a postal vote (47kb). If you know that you will not be able to vote in person, you should apply for a postal vote as soon as an election is announced or as soon as you become aware that you will be out of the country on polling day.  Postal votes can be sent to an address outside the UK - for example if you are going on holiday - but please remember that it will take time to get there and for you to return it in time for the vote to be counted.

    Postal ballot papers are normally sent out a week or two before polling day (depending on when you send in your postal voting application), so if you will not be at home around that time you should consider appointing a proxy to vote on your behalf.

    Proxy Vote

    You may still be able to vote even if you are unable to get to your polling station on election day by applying for a proxy vote (17kb). (A proxy is someone who votes on your behalf). For example:

    If you will be away on holiday (in the UK or abroad)

    If your work takes you away from home

    If you are ill or in hospital

     If you want to appoint a proxy to vote for you, he or she must be:

    Willing to vote on your behalf

    A registered elector

    A British citizen or citizen of the Commonwealth or the Republic of Ireland, or for local government and European Parliamentary elections, a citizen of the European Union

    Old enough to vote and legally allowed to vote.

    Armed Forces Personnel

    If you are a member of the Armed Forces and are registered as an elector, you will be entitled to vote in Parliamentary, Local and European Elections in the UK.

    Service personnel and their spouses resident in the UK may register in either of two ways. They may be included as an ordinary elector by completing an individual registration application, or they may register as service voters.

    In order to register as a service voter you will need to complete a service declaration (47kb) every 5 years, which will be the best option if you are likely to be posted overseas. If you are likely to be posted overseas, it is advisable to apply to vote by post or by proxy.

    Overseas Voters

    If you are a British National living overseas you are entitled to vote in UK General Elections and European Parliamentary Elections for up to 15 years after you were last registered in the UK. Overseas electors cannot vote at local government elections. If you are in the armed forces or or crown personnel (59kb) this does not apply to you.

    In order to register as an overseas voter you will need to contact the electoral registration office at the local council covering the address for where you were last registered within the UK. If the last UK address you were registered at was in the Bolsover District you can register with us or contact us at Electoral Services, Bolsover District Council, The Arc, High Street, Clowne. S43 4JY.

    If you have never been registered as an elector in the UK, you will not be eligible to register as an overseas voter. However, if you left the UK before you were 18 years of age you can register at your parents or guardians' address, provided that they were registered and that you left the UK no more than 15 years ago.

    Overseas electors should also apply to vote by post or proxy. Postal votes are sent out approximately one to two weeks before polling day (depending on when you made your application), so if you are not likely to be able to receive and return a postal vote in that time, you should consider appointing a proxy.


    Students who are away at university or college can remain registered at their family home and may also register at their student accommodation. It is however an offence to vote twice in the same election. Students may also wish to consider the option of a postal vote.

    Many of the major credit firms check your address against the electoral register and you may be refused a loan, mobile phone agreement, mortgage, bank account, etc, if you are not registered. It is also your chance to have your say about how your local council or the government is run.

     Electoral Register

    The Electoral Register contains the names and addresses of all those who have registered to vote within the Bolsover District.

    Every August/September, a Household enquiry Form is sent to each household in the district requesting the names of those residing in the house who are eligible to vote. Information on how to complete the Household Enquiry Form is included on the form.

    Reminders are issued to households who have not responded and the revised Electoral Register is usually published on 1st December each year.

    Two versions are prepared:

    The Full Register lists everybody who is eligible to vote, a copy is available at The Arc, High Street, Clowne, S43 4JY for public inspection in accordance with legal requirements. Inspection of the register is strictly under supervision and only written notes can be taken. You will not be permitted to photocopy or take images of any part of the register. It is not permissible for an electronic search to be carried out.

    The open version leaves out names and addresses of people who have made a request to be excluded from this version of the register. The open version can be bought by anyone for any purpose.

    If you move house after the register is published on 1st December, you can apply to be registered in respect of your new address under the Rolling Registration procedures which takes approximately four to six weeks to take effect. You can register online at your new address at www.gov.uk/registertovote or alternatively contact us for a printed form. Once an election has been called and you find out that you are not currently registered you can apply to register up to 12 days before the election.

  • Review of Polling Districts and Polling Places Open or Close

    Notice of Conclusion of Review of Polling Districts and Polling Places


    Representation of the People Act 1983

    Bolsover District Council has completed a review of polling districts and polling places in accordance with the Representation of the People Act 1983.  The review was undertaken following a review of the Council’s electoral arrangements by the Local Government Boundary Commission for England. The new electoral arrangements will come into force at the local elections in 2019.

    The Council has taken into account public comments, observations and representations in reaching its decisions, and has now published revised details of its designated Polling Districts and Polling Places. 

    The changes to the polling districts and polling places will be incorporated in the revised electoral register to be published on 1st December 2018.           

    The following documentation in relation to the review is available to view online at www.bolsover.gov.uk. Hard copies of the documents are available for inspection at The Arc, High Street, Clowne, Derbyshire, S43 4JY.

    • Maps showing the new Polling Districts and Polling Places


    Barlborough Ward Blackwell Ward
    Bolsover East Ward Bolsover North - Shuttlewood Ward Clowne East Ward Clowne West Ward
    Elmton with Creswell Ward Langwith Ward Pinxton Ward Shirebrook North Ward Shirebrook South Ward South Normanton East Ward
    South Normanton West Ward Tibshelf Ward Whitwell Ward


    • The minutes of meeting of the Council held on 12th September 2018 which considered the draft recommendations
    • The report and appendices considered by the Council at its meeting held on 12th September 2018  which sets out the reasons for choosing each particular polling place and polling district including responses to public consultation
    • Correspondence sent to any person or consultee to whom the authority contacted because they had particular expertise in relation to access to premises or facilities for disabled people.
      Letter to consultees

    Following the conclusion of the Local Authority’s review certain persons have a right to make representations to the Electoral Commission.  If, on receipt of the representations, the Commission find that the review did not:

    • meet the reasonable requirements of the electors in the constituency or a body of them; or
    • take sufficient account of the accessibility for disabled persons of a polling station/polling stations with a designated polling place then the Commission may direct the Council to make any alterations to the polling places as they think necessary and if the alterations are not made within two months, make the alterations themselves.

    Any representations must be in writing, either by post, e-mail or fax to:

    Legal Counsel, The Electoral Commission, 3 Bunhill Row, London EC1Y 8YZ.

    Tel: 020 7271 0500  Fax: 020 7271 0505

    Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    If you require any further information regarding this review telephone 01246 242422

    Dan Swaine,                           Dated       23 October 2018

    Chief Executive


There are several types of elections that have an impact upon local government. These are Local government elections (parish, district, county); Parliamentary (General) elections and European Parliament elections.

To vote in any type of election you must be registered to vote.

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