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Mill Road bridge closure delayed by legal challenge

30 August 2023
Mill Road bridge closure delayed by legal challenge

Mill Road bridge closure delayed by legal challenge

30 August 2023

Mill Road for People has said it is ‘disappointed’ at the potential delay

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Valium prescriptions for vulnerable people in Cambridgeshire to be reviewed after investigation

27 August 2023
Valium prescriptions for vulnerable people in Cambridgeshire to be reviewed after investigation

Valium prescriptions for vulnerable people in Cambridgeshire to be reviewed after investigation

27 August 2023

A complaint that a charity commissioned by Cambridgeshire County Council prescribed sedative drugs against national guidance has been upheld.


Politicians say revised Cambridge congestion charge proposals fall short

25 August 2023
Politicians say revised Cambridge congestion charge proposals fall short

Politicians say revised Cambridge congestion charge proposals fall short

25 August 2023

Political leaders say they intended to discuss the new proposals further.

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Top floor of Cambridge car park to be demolished ‘urgently’ over fears of collapse

24 August 2023
Top floor of Cambridge car park to be demolished ‘urgently’ over fears of collapse

Top floor of Cambridge car park to be demolished ‘urgently’ over fears of collapse

24 August 2023

The steel structure has been corroded by 50 years of water leaking onto it.

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Inspectors praise fire service for managing resources – and highlight key area for improvement

23 August 2023
Inspectors praise fire service for managing resources – and highlight key area for improvement

Inspectors praise fire service for managing resources – and highlight key area for improvement

23 August 2023

It was rated across 11 performance areas.


Cycle parking debated as councillors discuss Cambridge South railway station plans

19 August 2023
Cycle parking debated as councillors discuss Cambridge South railway station plans

Cycle parking debated as councillors discuss Cambridge South railway station plans

19 August 2023

There are concerns over the impact on Hobson’s Park.

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Plan to convert Cambridge phone box into tiny coffee shop runs into difficulties

16 August 2023
Plan to convert Cambridge phone box into tiny coffee shop runs into difficulties

Plan to convert Cambridge phone box into tiny coffee shop runs into difficulties

16 August 2023

The applicant wanted to sell pre-ordered coffee from a barista in the box.

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Concern north of Cottenham will never regain a pub as plans to convert Jolly Millers are approved at second attempt

13 August 2023
Concern north of Cottenham will never regain a pub as plans to convert Jolly Millers are approved at second attempt

Concern north of Cottenham will never regain a pub as plans to convert Jolly Millers are approved at second attempt

13 August 2023

CAMRA and parish councillors objected.

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Cambridge City Council offers up to £1,000 remedy after admitting to falsely advertising property

12 August 2023
Cambridge City Council offers up to £1,000 remedy after admitting to falsely advertising property

Cambridge City Council offers up to £1,000 remedy after admitting to falsely advertising property

12 August 2023

A council tenant complained to the ombudsman.


Double yellow lines on Ely street could enable new J D Wetherspoon pub to open

09 August 2023
Double yellow lines on Ely street could enable new J D Wetherspoon pub to open

Double yellow lines on Ely street could enable new J D Wetherspoon pub to open

09 August 2023

But businesses and residents have objected to loss of short-term parking.

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Enterprise Rent-a-Car applies to move from one South Cambridgeshire village to another

07 August 2023
Enterprise Rent-a-Car applies to move from one South Cambridgeshire village to another

Enterprise Rent-a-Car applies to move from one South Cambridgeshire village to another

07 August 2023

It says rental services help encourage people to move away from car use for short trips.

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Meet Peter Freeman, head of Homes England – the man charged with delivering Cambridge growth

03 August 2023
Meet Peter Freeman, head of Homes England – the man charged with delivering Cambridge growth

Meet Peter Freeman, head of Homes England – the man charged with delivering Cambridge growth

03 August 2023

He has been appointed chair of the Cambridge Delivery Group by the government.

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Campaigners point to ‘irony’ of government accelerating sewage works move to green belt

02 August 2023
Campaigners point to ‘irony’ of government accelerating sewage works move to green belt

Campaigners point to ‘irony’ of government accelerating sewage works move to green belt

02 August 2023

Save Honey Hill campaigners were alarmed by plans to ‘accelerate’ the process.

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Jack’s Gelato to manufacture ice cream at Manor Farm in Girton

02 August 2023
Jack’s Gelato to manufacture ice cream at Manor Farm in Girton

Jack’s Gelato to manufacture ice cream at Manor Farm in Girton

02 August 2023

The artisan ice cream manufacturer will create jobs, councillors heard.


Inquiry to be held over plans for 170-home retirement village in Bottisham

01 August 2023
Inquiry to be held over plans for 170-home retirement village in Bottisham

Inquiry to be held over plans for 170-home retirement village in Bottisham

01 August 2023

The developer behind the plans has lodged an appeal with the planning inspectorate.

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Councillors to make decision on 281 homes for Burwell

01 August 2023
Councillors to make decision on 281 homes for Burwell

Councillors to make decision on 281 homes for Burwell

01 August 2023

If approved the new homes will form part of the first two phases of a new wider development.

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East West Rail appears achievable but ‘significant issues’ still exist, says government body

31 July 2023
East West Rail appears achievable but ‘significant issues’ still exist, says government body

East West Rail appears achievable but ‘significant issues’ still exist, says government body

31 July 2023

The Infrastructure and Projects Authority has rated the project as ‘amber’ in its annual report, after rating it ‘red’ last year.

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£3.1m deficit reported in first quarter alone by NHS trust

29 July 2023
£3.1m deficit reported in first quarter alone by NHS trust

£3.1m deficit reported in first quarter alone by NHS trust

29 July 2023

Agency staffing and patients being treated out of the area are impacting finances.


The Guildhall in Cambridge ‘should be opened up more to public’ argues councillor

27 July 2023
The Guildhall in Cambridge ‘should be opened up more to public’ argues councillor

The Guildhall in Cambridge ‘should be opened up more to public’ argues councillor

27 July 2023

But others argued it is not a museum.

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Linear park for Clay Farm in Cambridge finally planned – 10 years after development signed off

26 July 2023
Linear park for Clay Farm in Cambridge finally planned – 10 years after development signed off

Linear park for Clay Farm in Cambridge finally planned – 10 years after development signed off

26 July 2023

But residents are not entirely happy with the designs.


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