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Cambridge mosque given permission to expand and extend its hours despite concerns

12 October 2022
Cambridge mosque given permission to expand and extend its hours despite concerns

Cambridge mosque given permission to expand and extend its hours despite concerns

12 October 2022

But the new opening hours were only granted for a trial period of one year.

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Tough decisions face Cambridge City Council to keep historic Guildhall

11 October 2022
Tough decisions face Cambridge City Council to keep historic Guildhall

Tough decisions face Cambridge City Council to keep historic Guildhall

11 October 2022

The authority needs to cut around 30 per cent of its spending in the next five years, which is equal to around £11.5m per year, to balance its books.

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Proposals to revamp The Emperor pub in Cambridge to add offices rejected after objections

11 October 2022
Proposals to revamp The Emperor pub in Cambridge to add offices rejected after objections

Proposals to revamp The Emperor pub in Cambridge to add offices rejected after objections

11 October 2022

CAMRA was among those concerned at the plans.

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Licence granted for new Taco Bell despite concerns

10 October 2022
Licence granted for new Taco Bell despite concerns

Licence granted for new Taco Bell despite concerns

10 October 2022

A new Taco Bell is coming to Cambridge and will open until the early hours of the morning – but not as late as the company had wanted.

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Will Starship’s food delivery robots manage on Cambridge’s narrow pavements?

08 October 2022
Will Starship’s food delivery robots manage on Cambridge’s narrow pavements?

Will Starship’s food delivery robots manage on Cambridge’s narrow pavements?

08 October 2022

The trial operating in Cambourne is due to be expanded in the city, and into Northstowe and Longstanton.

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Taco Bell’s plan to open until 4am in Cambridge provokes concern from neighbours

08 October 2022
Taco Bell’s plan to open until 4am in Cambridge provokes concern from neighbours

Taco Bell’s plan to open until 4am in Cambridge provokes concern from neighbours

08 October 2022

Mash nightclub was among those expressing concern.

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Council seeks new powers to tackle driving offences in Cambridge

05 October 2022
Council seeks new powers to tackle driving offences in Cambridge

Council seeks new powers to tackle driving offences in Cambridge

05 October 2022

The authority wants to be able to improve safety and reduce congestion by enforcing moving traffic offences.


Anglian Water told to invest in network to stop sewage ending up in Cambridge’s rivers and streams

05 October 2022
Anglian Water told to invest in network to stop sewage ending up in Cambridge’s rivers and streams

Anglian Water told to invest in network to stop sewage ending up in Cambridge’s rivers and streams

05 October 2022

Cambridge City Council and South Cambridgeshire District Council have prepared a response to a consultation being run by Anglian Water.

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Future of the Guildhall in Cambridge to be debated

03 October 2022
Future of the Guildhall in Cambridge to be debated

Future of the Guildhall in Cambridge to be debated

03 October 2022

The authority conducted a review into what its future needs for its offices and buildings would be and how to make optimum use of them.

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70 affordable new homes for Arbury and 14 for King’s Hedges set for approval by Cambridge city councillors

03 October 2022
70 affordable new homes for Arbury and 14 for King’s Hedges set for approval by Cambridge city councillors

70 affordable new homes for Arbury and 14 for King’s Hedges set for approval by Cambridge city councillors

03 October 2022

Existing buildings and garages will be demolished.

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Concerns over bus improvement proposals for Greater Cambridge amid Stagecoach cuts

26 September 2022
Concerns over bus improvement proposals for Greater Cambridge amid Stagecoach cuts

Concerns over bus improvement proposals for Greater Cambridge amid Stagecoach cuts

26 September 2022

Cllr Heather Williams has asked whether alarm bells are ringing that “buses might just not be the answer to everything”.

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Cost of living emergency declared by South Cambridgeshire District Council - but Tory effort to oppose road charging defeated

26 September 2022
Cost of living emergency declared by South Cambridgeshire District Council - but Tory effort to oppose road charging defeated

Cost of living emergency declared by South Cambridgeshire District Council - but Tory effort to oppose road charging defeated

26 September 2022

‘Before we start throwing stones at others, we should get our own house in order,’ argues Conservative leader.

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Sewage in our rivers: South Cambridgeshire councillors back call for increased criminal liability for water company bosses

25 September 2022
Sewage in our rivers: South Cambridgeshire councillors back call for increased criminal liability for water company bosses

Sewage in our rivers: South Cambridgeshire councillors back call for increased criminal liability for water company bosses

25 September 2022

Cllr Pippa Heylings said the area was facing a perfect storm.

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Minimum pay for Cambridge City Council staff expected to rise to £11 per hour

24 September 2022
Minimum pay for Cambridge City Council staff expected to rise to £11 per hour

Minimum pay for Cambridge City Council staff expected to rise to £11 per hour

24 September 2022

Councillors have shown support for changing the Cambridge weighting after Real Living Wage changes.


1,200-home development for north of Cherry Hinton takes step forward as design code approved

22 September 2022
1,200-home development for north of Cherry Hinton takes step forward as design code approved

1,200-home development for north of Cherry Hinton takes step forward as design code approved

22 September 2022

The site will also feature schools, community facilities, open spaces and allotments.

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Homes approved for Cottenham despite green belt concerns

15 September 2022
Homes approved for Cottenham despite green belt concerns

Homes approved for Cottenham despite green belt concerns

15 September 2022

The outline application to develop the site off Histon Road was approved by South Cambridgeshire District Council’s planning committee.

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£55m meant to improve energy efficiency of homes will be returned to government by Combined Authority

06 September 2022
£55m meant to improve energy efficiency of homes will be returned to government by Combined Authority

£55m meant to improve energy efficiency of homes will be returned to government by Combined Authority

06 September 2022

Mayor Dr Nik Johnson says authority is learning from its mistakes.

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Hundreds of new homes for private rental market approved at Eddington

27 August 2022
Hundreds of new homes for private rental market approved at Eddington

Hundreds of new homes for private rental market approved at Eddington

27 August 2022

Members of Cambridge City Council and South Cambridgeshire District Council approved a reserved matters application for the Eddington Avenue site.


Greater Cambridge Partnership sets out plans for £5 road user charge and bus network shake-up with £1 fares

27 August 2022
Greater Cambridge Partnership sets out plans for £5 road user charge and bus network shake-up with £1 fares

Greater Cambridge Partnership sets out plans for £5 road user charge and bus network shake-up with £1 fares

27 August 2022

The ‘Sustainable Travel Zone’ charge is proposed for private vehicles driving into, out of, or within the zone between 7am and 7pm on weekdays.

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Make speeding as morally unacceptable as drink-driving, urges police and crime commissioner

14 August 2022
Make speeding as morally unacceptable as drink-driving, urges police and crime commissioner

Make speeding as morally unacceptable as drink-driving, urges police and crime commissioner

14 August 2022

Darryl Preston says there are “far too many fatalities and serious injuries” on the county’s roads.

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