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Derby City Council is to consider plans for a new trampoline park called Bounce Health & Fitness, with the creation of 30 jobs.
Derby City Council is to consider plans from Goodman to build a £45m 632,000 sq ft beer distribution centre for Kuehne & Nagel and Heineken at Raynesway, with the creation of about 200 jobs.
Derby City Council is to consider plans from Quad Arts to transform the former Derwent Lynton site into a 20,000 sq ft arts centre.
Derby City Council is seeking £40m of government funding to develop a Global Innovation Cluster in Sinfin, in order to provide space for about 50 companies and up to 2,000 staff.
Derby City Council has approved plans to build a £28m cycling track and concert venue at Pride Park by 2014.
Derby City Council is to set up a new in-house regeneration division called Derby Renaissance Board, with the transfer of staff from Cityscape.
Derby City Council has commissioned a sports consultancy report that recommends an investment of £50m in the development of two new sporting hubs and four satellite centres, including cycling and swimming facilities.
Derby City Council is to consider plans from the Derby NHS Trust for a mixed-use development on the site of Derbyshire Royal Infirmary, including 300,000 sq ft of offices, 50,000 sq ft of shops and a 140,000 sq ft hotel and conference centre.
Derby City Council has approved plans from Goodman Group to build a 1.2m sq ft warehouse at the £175m Raynesway industrial park scheme.
Derby City Council has unveiled plans for the £20m refurbishment of the Assembly Rooms venue, including a new facade and seating.
Derby City Council is to consider plans from Norseman Investments for a £150m office development on Traffic Street, including 400,000 sq ft in six buildings of between six and nine storeys.
Derby City Council is planning to build a £1.5m hydroelectric power plant by the River Derwent, in order to encourage local businesses to reduce carbon emissions.
Derby City Council is to consider proposals from Derby Cityscape for the development of a £8m boulevard to link the railway station with the city centre, including new shops and gardens.
Derby City Council is to consider plans from Jurys Inns for the development of a £25m 226-bedroom Jurys Inn hotel at the former Bridgegate BMW site.
Derby City Council is to consider plans from Woodford Cedar for a £50m office, leisure, residential and retail development on a 12-acre site at Pride Park.
Derby City Council and Derbyshire County Council are planning to build a £50m waste treatment plant in Derby over the next three years, but a suitable site has not yet been selected.
Derby City Council is to consider plans for the development of the £9.8m Quad Arts Centre for media and visual arts in Derby.
Derby City Council is to consider plans from Heartwood Homes for the development of a £35m marina village at the derelict 10-acre Acordis landfill site, including 250 homes, bars, restaurants and a hotel.
Derby City Council has secured £5m to fund the development of eight new children's centres, while Derbyshire County Council is to establish a further 29.
Derby City Council is planning to set up a £3.2m creative business hub in the city centre, for up to 40 firms involved in graphic design, film-making and computer games.
Derby City Council has sold the last available plot of land at Pride Park to Volkswagen Financial Services for the development of an Audi dealership with the creation of about 70 jobs.
Derby City Council has awarded outline planning permission to Nottingham-based Metro Holst for the £83m Riverlights scheme on the banks of the River Derwent, including bars, offices, apartments and a bus station.
Derby City Council has approved plans from Greater Derby Primary Care Trust to build a £4m health centre in Alvaston.
Derby City Council and Urban Catalyst are discussing proposals to include a casino and arts venue as part of the £20m redevelopment of the historic Roundhouse building in Pride Park.
Derby City Council is considering plans from Central Derby Primary Care Trust to build a £3m health centre on the site of Village Community School.
Derby City Council is to consider plans for the development of a £5m community sports village at Derbyshire County Cricket Club.
Derby City Council is to consider plans from Mixend for the creation of a £7m leisure and shopping complex at the derelict Duckworth Square precinct.
Derby City Council has approved plans from the Atkins Family Trust to build a 200-room hotel at Findern in Derby.
Derby City Council is launching a feasibility study into the development of a £8m visual arts and media facility in the city centre, in partnership with Metro Cinema, Q-Arts and Media Archive for Central England.
Derby City Council is to consider plans from Westfield Shoppingtowns for the £200m redevelopment of the Eagle Centre, including the creation of a department store, food court and 150 shops and restaurants.
Derby City Council is to consider plans from La Sande Holdings of Stockport to develop a £7m hotel and restaurant complex near Pentagon Island, which could help Derbyshire County Cricket Club raise funds for a new indoor cricket academy.
Derby City Council is considering plans for the £2m refurbishment of the Playhouse theatre.
Derby City Council has approved plans from the University of Derby for the £8m extension of the Britannia Mill site, which will involve the creation of a new public arts centre.
Derby City Council is to consider plans from Brightstar Environmental Partnership for a £10m energy and recycling centre at the former Eagle Tannery in Sinfin Lane, which would convert household rubbish into energy for the national grid.
Derby City Council is to consider plans from Wheatcroft Land for the development of a £12m shopping and leisure complex on the former site of Mackworth College, which will create about 200 jobs.
Derby City Council is to seek lottery funding for the development of a new library, cinema and arts centre in the city centre, in partnership with Metro Cinema and Q-Arts.
Derby City Council is to consider plans for the development of a £12m viewing tower and a £20m space study centre at the University of Derby.
Derby City Council has approved plans for the development of a £10m Virgin Active fitness centre at the site of Derbyshire County Cricket Club.
Derby City Council has announced plans for the £1m expansion and redevelopment of the city's Industrial Museum.