Verge Maintenance

Grass Verges

Amber Valley Borough Council are responsible for the regular cutting of 52 hectares of grass verges adjacent to adopted highways on both classified and unclassified roads throughout the Borough.

The Council are not responsible for the grass verges on the following roads:
A38    |    A52    |    A61

The Council are not responsible for the flail mowing on rural roads.

Grass Cutting

Amber Valley Borough Council are responsible for the regular cutting of grass in:

  • Parks and public open spaces 110 hectares
  • Closed churchyards 4 hectares
  • Cemeteries 20 hectares
  • Grass verges 52 hectares

Japanese Knotweed (Fallopia Japonica)

An invasive weed which has become highly widespread over the Uk. We operate a herbicide weed spraying program to eradicate the growth of this invasive weed on Amber Valley owned and maintained land. Please report any sightings of Japanese Knotweed growing on Amber Valley Property to Chris Beal on 01773 841472 or click here to find out more.



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