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Progress being made in Cambridge on empty homes crackdown

01 December 2017
Progress being made in Cambridge on empty homes crackdown

Progress being made in Cambridge on empty homes crackdown

01 December 2017

BBC research has revealed the number of empty homes in the city is reducing steadily, but there are calls for more action.


Cambridge hotel wrecked by fire could make way for new flats

30 November 2017
Cambridge hotel wrecked by fire could make way for new flats

Cambridge hotel wrecked by fire could make way for new flats

30 November 2017

A blaze damaged the building last year and the business has not operated since.


No slippery start as work begins on Cambridge ice rink

29 November 2017
No slippery start as work begins on Cambridge ice rink

No slippery start as work begins on Cambridge ice rink

29 November 2017

The new ice rink is expected to be open this time next year.


A new bus franchise operated by the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority may become a reality

29 November 2017
A new bus franchise operated by the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority may become a reality

A new bus franchise operated by the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority may become a reality

29 November 2017

A £150,000 study will explore the possibility.


South Cambridgeshire MP Heidi Allen starts attempts to change child maintenance laws

29 November 2017
South Cambridgeshire MP Heidi Allen starts attempts to change child maintenance laws

South Cambridgeshire MP Heidi Allen starts attempts to change child maintenance laws

29 November 2017

The Tory MP introduced a Bill to the House of Commons yesterday that will try to close a legal loophole.


Cambridge Regional College students will design logo for cycling Greenways project

28 November 2017
Cambridge Regional College students will design logo for cycling Greenways project

Cambridge Regional College students will design logo for cycling Greenways project

28 November 2017

Students are competing to create a logo that will be used on signs and branding for the 12 Cambridge Greenways schemes – with residents picking the winner.


Cambridge brothers jailed for burglary

27 November 2017
Cambridge brothers jailed for burglary

Cambridge brothers jailed for burglary

27 November 2017

They were captured on a CCTV camera in the victim's flat and arrested the next day.


Cambridge University Hospitals saves £300,000 with DIY intravenous administration videos

27 November 2017
Cambridge University Hospitals saves £300,000 with DIY intravenous administration videos

Cambridge University Hospitals saves £300,000 with DIY intravenous administration videos

27 November 2017

Patients are being taught to administer their own intravenous antibiotics at home.


Building the new A14: country's largest road project is 'running just like clockwork'

25 November 2017
Building the new A14: country's largest road project is 'running just like clockwork'

Building the new A14: country's largest road project is 'running just like clockwork'

25 November 2017

A year on and the UK's largest road development is well on track for delivery by the end of 2020.


Cambridgeshire to get 50 more police officers on the frontline

23 November 2017
Cambridgeshire to get 50 more police officers on the frontline

Cambridgeshire to get 50 more police officers on the frontline

23 November 2017

The number of PCSOs will gradually be reduced in efforts to 'strike the right balance'.


Engine test bay will 'significantly' reduce noise that people hear from Cambridge Airport

22 November 2017
Engine test bay will 'significantly' reduce noise that people hear from Cambridge Airport

Engine test bay will 'significantly' reduce noise that people hear from Cambridge Airport

22 November 2017

It also means plans for over a thousand new homes on the east side of Cambridge can move forward.


Big data release from Cambridge city centre traffic survey

22 November 2017
Big data release from Cambridge city centre traffic survey

Big data release from Cambridge city centre traffic survey

22 November 2017

The Greater Cambridge Partnership is welcoming the city's data scientists to give their own analysis.


Three-storey community building on the West Cambridge campus would be open to all

21 November 2017
Three-storey community building on the West Cambridge campus would be open to all

Three-storey community building on the West Cambridge campus would be open to all

21 November 2017

Work on the new building could start in the spring and take about two years to complete.


Can you help find a new home for the Cambridge learning bus?

20 November 2017
Can you help find a new home for the Cambridge learning bus?

Can you help find a new home for the Cambridge learning bus?

20 November 2017

After 15 years in use there is no longer funding to keep the bus going.


Cambridge on-street parking prices are set to rise but brakes are slammed on visitor permits hike

19 November 2017
Cambridge on-street parking prices are set to rise but brakes are slammed on visitor permits hike

Cambridge on-street parking prices are set to rise but brakes are slammed on visitor permits hike

19 November 2017

Several changes to parking prices are expected to take effect in April next year.


Voids appeared under the M11 at Girton and needed urgent repair

18 November 2017
Voids appeared under the M11 at Girton and needed urgent repair

Voids appeared under the M11 at Girton and needed urgent repair

18 November 2017

Highways England completed the repair works this week.


Ambitious aims for Cambridge South railway station at Addenbrooke's to be opened before 2022

17 November 2017
Ambitious aims for Cambridge South railway station at Addenbrooke's to be opened before 2022

Ambitious aims for Cambridge South railway station at Addenbrooke's to be opened before 2022

17 November 2017

Lord Adonis' new deal for Oxford-Cambridge corridor endorses urgent need for station on Cambridge Biomedical Campus


Lord Adonis' ground-breaking new deal for Oxford Cambridge corridor 'could go even further' says mayor James Palmer

17 November 2017
Lord Adonis' ground-breaking new deal for Oxford Cambridge corridor 'could go even further' says mayor James Palmer

Lord Adonis' ground-breaking new deal for Oxford Cambridge corridor 'could go even further' says mayor James Palmer

17 November 2017

The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough mayor says the 'truly exceptional' deal will create 'golden triangle' for life sciences.


East West rail link and Oxford Cambridge Expressway should support one million new homes and jobs says Lord Adonis

17 November 2017
East West rail link and Oxford Cambridge Expressway should support one million new homes and jobs says Lord Adonis

East West rail link and Oxford Cambridge Expressway should support one million new homes and jobs says Lord Adonis

17 November 2017

It's part of National Infrastructure Commission plans to boost the area's economic ontribution by over £160billion a year.


Hundreds more jobs expected as Babraham Research Campus expansion gets the go-ahead

16 November 2017
Hundreds more jobs expected as Babraham Research Campus expansion gets the go-ahead

Hundreds more jobs expected as Babraham Research Campus expansion gets the go-ahead

16 November 2017

A £35million investment in the campus is being made.


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