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high peak borough council
non-metropolitan district council
of the high peak, derbyshire
cllr anthony mckeown, labour
cllr damien greenhalgh, labour
cllr ed kelly
conservatives liberal democrats
first past the post
2 may 2019
4 may 2023
town hall, buxton, derbyshire, sk17 6el
municipal buildings, glossop, derbyshire, sk13 8af
full council meetings are held at http://www.highpeak.gov.uk
the council meeting places have changed due to the closure and sale of the council's former base at chinley
high peak borough council is the local authority for high peak, a borough of derbyshire, england. it forms part of the two-tier system of local government for high peak, alongside derbyshire county council. the administrative base of high peak borough council is split between sites in the towns of buxton and glossop. full council meetings are usually held in buxton. the whole council is elected once every four years. as of may 2019 the council is controlled by the labour party.
in february 2008, the council formed a strategic alliance with the neighbouring staffordshire moorlands district council, an arrangement where both councils share a number of services and staff to keep costs as low as possible.
In February 2008, the council formed a strategic alliance with the neighbouring Staffordshire Moorlands District Council, an arrangement where both councils share a number of services and staff to keep costs as low as possible.