Cambridgeshire County Council remains in a “very difficult financial position” despite an underspend of £6.3m last year.
The council says the reduced number of complaints received reflects the impact of the pandemic.
The observation wheel on Parker’s Piece can stay in place until the end of October after permission was granted today (Wednesday, July 7).
NHS-funded IVF in Cambridgeshire will be reinstated in August for the first time since 2017.
Cambridgeshire County Council will proceed to signing final terms for the long-term lease of Shire Hall for use as a hotel and office building.
Moving the Cambourne to Cambridge scheme to the next stage does not make it a ‘done deal’ say the Greater Cambridge Partnership’s joint assembly.
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Not consulting on a newly proposed route for a busway to connect Cambridge and Waterbeach New Town would be “undemocratic”, a meeting has heard.
There could also be changes to the names and boundaries of other constituencies in the county.
Burnside Lakes would be opened up to the public.
‘This is local politics done differently’, says Dr Nik Johnson.
30 per cent of the homes will be affordable.
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority is planning a bid.
Plans for the Cambridgeshire Autonomous Metro were thrown into doubt when Labour’s Dr Nik Johnson was elected mayor.
Cllr Bridget Smith’s comments came as Tories called on the Lib Dems to ‘toughen up’ their consultation response.
The existing Korean restaurant site and flats would be demolished.
The development has proved controversial so far.
Liberal Democrat Aidan Van de Weyer has stepped down as deputy leader of South Cambridgeshire District Council.
The joint administration said the change in committee structure will make a saving of £72,000 a year in councillor allowances.
Talks are ongoing after the Conservatives lost overall control in the local elections.