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Welcome to Derby, the most central city in England. Situated in the East Midlands and sitting on the River Derwent in Derbyshire, Derby is as known for its vibrant city life as it is for its great outdoors, with the surrounding Peak District being one of the region's major attractions.. With lots of amazing career opportunities in Derby itself, as well as the surrounding towns and cities (such as in Chesterfield). Derby is a great place to call home.

With plenty of good primary, secondary and sixth form schools and colleges to choose from, Derby is also a fantastic place for all the family.

Visit our developments in Derby and find your new home.

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Living in Derby

All of this, right on your doorstep

From admiring grand Cathedrals, discovering heritage at country houses, spending spooky evenings on ghost walks, or getting active at various sports facilities, there truly is something for everyone in Derby.

Locko Park is an 18th century country house with a public footpath through the estate, perfect for leisurely walks whilst taking in the stunning views of the house and parkland.

The Museum of Making in Derby shows Derbyshire’s rich history of creating and celebrates its innovative history.

The Museum of Making is located on a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where the Derby Silk Mill once was. Created, built, and run by local people and volunteers, there is plenty of history to discover that the whole family will find fascinating.

Derby Cathedral is the proud owner of the second highest perpendicular church tower in England and stands tall above the city. Steeped in history, prepare to be in awe of the stunning, grand architecture. See here the tomb of Bess of Hardwick, the Bakewell Screen and be sure to listen out for the oldest church bells in the country too.


If you want some retail therapy in Derby then Cathedral Quarter is the place to be. Browse historic arcades and old streets of shops, often tucked away off the beaten track. Expect to find independent stores, small businesses, and unique items here. With mostly pedestrianised streets, Cathedral Quarter is a brilliant place for a family day out shopping.

With more than 65 designer stores as well as cafes and restaurants, East Midlands Designer Outlet is a must visit destination. Find bargains from your favourite brands all year round. Look out for deals at Kurt Geiger, Yankee Candle, Nike, Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, and GAP, all in one, easy-to-navigate-place.

Right in the heart of the city, Derbion is a large shopping mall offering your favourite high street names, food outlets and activities. After a day of shopping, relax with a movie at Showcase Cinema de Lux, or burn off any remaining energy at Hollywood Bowl or Paradise Island Adventure Golf.


Whether you’re commuting or visiting friends and family elsewhere in the UK and beyond, Derby is not short of transport options. Derby Station offers services to London, Newcastle via Leeds, Portsmouth, and other major cities across the UK.

Encircled by major A roads and close to the M1 taking you to the North and South of the country makes travelling by car, for business or pleasure, simple.

For those wanting to travel further afield, East Midlands Airport is less than an hour away by car.


The Cathedral Quarter is a food-lover’s paradise, with stores and market stalls offering a wide range of fresh and local produce. Learn some recipes and grab a bite as local chefs hold weekly cookery demonstrations of their favourite dishes at the Cook Stop in the Market Hall.

With a vibrant café culture and both indoor and outdoor seating, you sit and watch the world go by in the day or party into the night with its various bars, pubs, nightclubs, and restaurants, just a short walk away.

Around the rest of the city, you’ll find a delightful mixture of cosy pubs, popular chain restaurants, international cuisine and much more to suit every palate and pocket.

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