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Hannah Brown, Local Democracy Reporter

Project team promises to ‘breathe new life’ into Cambridge’s ‘civic quarter’

22 May 2024
Project team promises to ‘breathe new life’ into Cambridge’s ‘civic quarter’

Project team promises to ‘breathe new life’ into Cambridge’s ‘civic quarter’

22 May 2024

Cartwright Pickard has been appointed to reimagine the Guildhall, Corn Exchange and market square area.


Developer’s bid for more homes on top of Cambridge housing block

21 May 2024
Developer’s bid for more homes on top of Cambridge housing block

Developer’s bid for more homes on top of Cambridge housing block

21 May 2024

Permission was granted on appeal to build three new flats, but the developer wants more.


Double yellow lines outside Great Wilbraham pub approved despite opposition

18 May 2024
Double yellow lines outside Great Wilbraham pub approved despite opposition

Double yellow lines outside Great Wilbraham pub approved despite opposition

18 May 2024

The county council has agreed to a request from the parish council.


Concerns over daylight quash flats plan for former South Cambridgeshire opticians

17 May 2024
Concerns over daylight quash flats plan for former South Cambridgeshire opticians

Concerns over daylight quash flats plan for former South Cambridgeshire opticians

17 May 2024

The district council has refused the plans for six new homes.


Historic country estate in South Cambridgeshire refused permission to host weddings

16 May 2024
Historic country estate in South Cambridgeshire refused permission to host weddings

Historic country estate in South Cambridgeshire refused permission to host weddings

16 May 2024

A planning inspector has rejected an appeal from the family owners.


Business offering ‘some of UK’s best ice cream’ wants to open shop in Cambridge

16 May 2024
Business offering ‘some of UK’s best ice cream’ wants to open shop in Cambridge

Business offering ‘some of UK’s best ice cream’ wants to open shop in Cambridge

16 May 2024

Spoonstruck says it offers ‘proper ice cream’ with intense flavours.


Ice patrol ship HMS Protector to get ‘Freedom of City’

15 May 2024
Ice patrol ship HMS Protector to get ‘Freedom of City’

Ice patrol ship HMS Protector to get ‘Freedom of City’

15 May 2024

The ship supports the work of both the Scott Polar Research Institute and the British Antarctic Survey (BAS).


Addenbrooke’s A&E will be ‘swamped’ if GPs strike, warns Cambridge University Hospitals

15 May 2024
Addenbrooke’s A&E will be ‘swamped’ if GPs strike, warns Cambridge University Hospitals

Addenbrooke’s A&E will be ‘swamped’ if GPs strike, warns Cambridge University Hospitals

15 May 2024

There has been improvements to the proportion seen within four hours, the board heard.


Burial ground and traditional hay meadow planned for Whittlesford farm site

09 May 2024
Burial ground and traditional hay meadow planned for Whittlesford farm site

Burial ground and traditional hay meadow planned for Whittlesford farm site

09 May 2024

A remembrance hall for 115 people will be built.


Farming family apply to install shepherd huts for tourists at South Cambridgeshire farm

08 May 2024
Farming family apply to install shepherd huts for tourists at South Cambridgeshire farm

Farming family apply to install shepherd huts for tourists at South Cambridgeshire farm

08 May 2024

They say it would help diversify income.


Time runs out on 115 homes plan for Wilburton

02 May 2024
Time runs out on 115 homes plan for Wilburton

Time runs out on 115 homes plan for Wilburton

02 May 2024

35 of the homes would have been Community Land Trust (CLT) affordable homes.


Decision over ‘car-heavy’ development of 200 homes at Netherhall Farm in Cambridge delayed

01 May 2024
Decision over ‘car-heavy’ development of 200 homes at Netherhall Farm in Cambridge delayed

Decision over ‘car-heavy’ development of 200 homes at Netherhall Farm in Cambridge delayed

01 May 2024

Councillors said it was not conducive to cycling.


Debate over double yellow lines outside village pub

30 April 2024
Debate over double yellow lines outside village pub

Debate over double yellow lines outside village pub

30 April 2024

Some say they would be a waste of taxpayers’ money and only displace motorists.


1980s office buildings in Cambridge to be knocked down for life science labs

29 April 2024
1980s office buildings in Cambridge to be knocked down for life science labs

1980s office buildings in Cambridge to be knocked down for life science labs

29 April 2024

Two of them have been empty since 2018.


Pledge from Cambridge family shop where illegal worker sold vape to teen

27 April 2024
Pledge from Cambridge family shop where illegal worker sold vape to teen

Pledge from Cambridge family shop where illegal worker sold vape to teen

27 April 2024

Home Office called for premises licence to be revoked.


200 homes for south of Cambridge recommended for approval

24 April 2024
200 homes for south of Cambridge recommended for approval

200 homes for south of Cambridge recommended for approval

24 April 2024

City councillors will determine the plans.


Residents divided over walking and cycling access at redeveloped Westbrook Centre in Cambridge

24 April 2024
Residents divided over walking and cycling access at redeveloped Westbrook Centre in Cambridge

Residents divided over walking and cycling access at redeveloped Westbrook Centre in Cambridge

24 April 2024

Some want new cut-throughs in the plans, while others oppose them.


£13,200 paid out to mother by Cambridgeshire County Council after Ombudsman ruling

24 April 2024
£13,200 paid out to mother by Cambridgeshire County Council after Ombudsman ruling

£13,200 paid out to mother by Cambridgeshire County Council after Ombudsman ruling

24 April 2024

Education authority failed to provide specialist support her son needed.


Cambridge Cancer Research Hospital plans approved despite Environment Agency’s objection

19 April 2024
Cambridge Cancer Research Hospital plans approved despite Environment Agency’s objection

Cambridge Cancer Research Hospital plans approved despite Environment Agency’s objection

19 April 2024

A councillor said ‘people will die if we don’t approve this application’.

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Cambourne to Cambridge busway would be ‘economic and environmental vandalism’, Tory Parliamentary candidate tells Coton debate

18 April 2024
Cambourne to Cambridge busway would be ‘economic and environmental vandalism’, Tory Parliamentary candidate tells Coton debate

Cambourne to Cambridge busway would be ‘economic and environmental vandalism’, Tory Parliamentary candidate tells Coton debate

18 April 2024

Lib Dem opponent says public inquiry is needed to make a clear decision.

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