Heanor is a town in the Amber Valley district in Derbyshire, located on a hill believed to be in between 65 metres and 125 metres above sea level. The town is within the Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Yorkshire Coalfield National Character Area, a broad segment of landscape forming a basic unit of unified countryside character, on which planning and monitoring of its ecology and landscape can be based. Whilst the town includes no preservation areas, 30 per cent of the area is within a green belt, as well as having four wildlife sites and a nature reserve. In accordance with the 2011 census, Heanor, along with the nearby village of Loscoe forming the town council administered area of Heanor and Loscoe, had a population of 17251. This makes up 7512 houses and 7221 households. Within this population, 18.7 per cent of locals were under the age of 16, being marginally lower than the 18.9 percent for England as a whole, and 16.5 percent of Heanor's occupants were aged 65 or over, compared to 16.4 percent for England as a whole. Heanor features 10 structures of particular architectural or historical interest, as detailed by Historic England. The Church of St Lawrence, a 15th-century building, is listed as Grade II, and the other nine structures are all listed as Grade II. For all your house upgrades, make sure to make use of trusted specialists in Heanor to make certain of quality.