List of Parliamentary constituencies in Derbyshire

The ceremonial county of Derbyshire (which includes the unitary authority of Derby) is divided into 11 Parliamentary constituencies: three Borough constituencies and eight County constituencies.


  † Conservative   ‡ Labour   ¤ Liberal Democrat

Constituency[nb 1] Electorate Majority[nb 2] Member of Parliament Nearest opposition Map
Amber Valley CC 70,226 4,205   Nigel Mills   Kevin Gillot
Bolsover CC 72,010 11,778   Dennis Skinner   Peter Bedford
Chesterfield BC 72,100 13,598   Toby Perkins   Mark Vivis
Derby North BC 64,754 41   Amanda Solloway   Chris Williamson
Derby South BC 70,258 8,828   Margaret Beckett   Evonne Williams
Derbyshire Dales CC 63,487 14,044   Patrick McLoughlin   Andy Botham
Erewash CC 71,908 3,584   Maggie Throup   Catherine Atkinson
High Peak CC 73,289 4,894   Andrew Bingham   Caitlin Bisknell
Mid Derbyshire CC 67,605 12,774   Pauline Latham   Nicola Heaton
North East Derbyshire CC 71,458 1,883   Natascha Engel   Lee Rowley
South Derbyshire CC 74,431 11,471   Heather Wheeler   Cheryl Pidgeon

From 2010

From the United Kingdom general election, 2010 onwards, Derbyshire has been divided into 11 constituencies rather than the former 10. This involved the abolishment of West Derbyshire (UK Parliament constituency), the creation of Derbyshire Dales (UK Parliament constituency) and the re-introduction of Mid Derbyshire (UK Parliament constituency)

Former Name2005 boundaries
  1. Amber Valley CC
  2. Bolsover CC
  3. Chesterfield BC
  4. Derby North BC
  5. Derby South BC
  6. Erewash CC
  7. High Peak CC
  8. North East Derbyshire CC
  9. South Derbyshire CC
  10. West Derbyshire CC
Current Name2010 boundaries
  1. Amber Valley CC
  2. Bolsover CC
  3. Chesterfield BC
  4. Derby North BC
  5. Derby South BC
  6. Derbyshire Dales CC
  7. Erewash CC
  8. High Peak CC
  9. Mid Derbyshire CC
  10. North East Derbyshire CC
  11. South Derbyshire CC

Changes proposed in 2016

As part of the Sixth Periodic Review of Westminster constituencies the Boundary Commission for England published in 2016 the following initial proposals for constituencies covering Derbyshire. [1]


2005 2010 2015


  1. BC denotes borough constituency, CC denotes county constituency.
  2. The majority is the number of votes the winning candidate receives more than their nearest rival.


  1. "Initial Proposals - East Midlands". Boundary Commission for England.
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