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Cheffins expands planning expertise with PlanSurv acquisition

15 December 2021
Cheffins expands planning expertise with PlanSurv acquisition

Cheffins expands planning expertise with PlanSurv acquisition

15 December 2021

Deal will increase the planning expertise for existing and potential clients at Cheffins.


Rare art from Nepal, Bhutan and Tibetan on offer in Cheffins Cambridge sale

03 December 2021
Rare art from Nepal, Bhutan and Tibetan on offer in Cheffins Cambridge sale

Rare art from Nepal, Bhutan and Tibetan on offer in Cheffins Cambridge sale

03 December 2021

Items on sale include dancers’ masks, antique textiles, ancient lama and shamen dresses.


Budget 2021 analysis: Cheffins’ reaction to funding to develop brownfield sites for homes

27 October 2021
Budget 2021 analysis: Cheffins’ reaction to funding to develop brownfield sites for homes

Budget 2021 analysis: Cheffins’ reaction to funding to develop brownfield sites for homes

27 October 2021

Cheffins says the funding to develop brownfield sites is a “savvy move” by the Chancellor of the Exchequer.


Stephen J Toope to complete term as University of Cambridge’s Vice-Chancellor in September 2022

20 September 2021
Stephen J Toope to complete term as University of Cambridge’s Vice-Chancellor in September 2022

Stephen J Toope to complete term as University of Cambridge’s Vice-Chancellor in September 2022

20 September 2021

Prof Toope is 'especially proud' of university's delivery of education and research through the Covid crisis.


Hill’s Knights Park development wins Housing Design Award as UK’s most sustainable residential scheme

16 September 2021
Hill’s Knights Park development wins Housing Design Award as UK’s most sustainable residential scheme

Hill’s Knights Park development wins Housing Design Award as UK’s most sustainable residential scheme

16 September 2021

The Cambridge scheme was hailed as “an exemplar of designing for climate change”.

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Cows about Cambridge: Winner of our ‘design a mini moo’ competition revealed - plus see more of your brilliant entries

08 September 2021
Cows about Cambridge: Winner of our ‘design a mini moo’ competition revealed - plus see more of your brilliant entries

Cows about Cambridge: Winner of our ‘design a mini moo’ competition revealed - plus see more of your brilliant entries

08 September 2021

Artists create udderly fantastic artwork in a bid to win a mini moo to be decorated in their own moo-nique design.


Plans submitted for 100 rental homes and workspace in Devonshire Gardens

24 August 2021
Plans submitted for 100 rental homes and workspace in Devonshire Gardens

Plans submitted for 100 rental homes and workspace in Devonshire Gardens

24 August 2021

First Base and RPMI Railpen's proposals will transform the three-acre site and include a park, creche and artists’ studios.


University of Cambridge professor named as Turing AI World-Leading Researcher Fellow

06 August 2021
University of Cambridge professor named as Turing AI World-Leading Researcher Fellow

University of Cambridge professor named as Turing AI World-Leading Researcher Fellow

06 August 2021

Zoubin Ghahramani is one of the first five appointed to conduct work on artificial intelligence’s biggest challenges.


Seeking a vision for Oxford-Cambridge Arc spatial framework

30 July 2021
Seeking a vision for Oxford-Cambridge Arc spatial framework

Seeking a vision for Oxford-Cambridge Arc spatial framework

30 July 2021

The government has launched a 12-week consultation on the Arc's Spatial Framework.


Choose flowers and plants in Devonshire Gardens ‘Space to Grow’ competition

29 July 2021
Choose flowers and plants in Devonshire Gardens ‘Space to Grow’ competition

Choose flowers and plants in Devonshire Gardens ‘Space to Grow’ competition

29 July 2021

People can nominate plant varieties to be used in the Cambridge development.


Journalist to highlight impact of storytelling with data

29 July 2021
Journalist to highlight impact of storytelling with data

Journalist to highlight impact of storytelling with data

29 July 2021

Anna Lombardi, data and interactive journalist, will speak at the next Women's Impact Network meeting.


Cheffins' inaugural Affordable Art Sale for buyers on a budget

28 July 2021
Cheffins' inaugural Affordable Art Sale for buyers on a budget

Cheffins' inaugural Affordable Art Sale for buyers on a budget

28 July 2021

Almost 300 artworks will be on sale with estimates ranging from £50 to £800.


Cambridge Consultants to collaborate with Medtech Innovator Asia Pacific

23 July 2021
Cambridge Consultants to collaborate with Medtech Innovator Asia Pacific

Cambridge Consultants to collaborate with Medtech Innovator Asia Pacific

23 July 2021

Up to $300,000 will be given in cash prizes and awards.


Campaign for new-build home owners' rights gathers pace

04 June 2021
Campaign for new-build home owners' rights gathers pace

Campaign for new-build home owners' rights gathers pace

04 June 2021

The Homebuyers Fightback campaign launched by John Gaskell is attracting interest from around the country.


Homebuyers Fightback campaigner launches CrowdJustice appeal to cover legal fees

19 March 2021
Homebuyers Fightback campaigner launches CrowdJustice appeal to cover legal fees

Homebuyers Fightback campaigner launches CrowdJustice appeal to cover legal fees

19 March 2021

Appeal launched to fund legal fees in a battle for better protection for new-build home buyers.


Budget 2021: Stamp duty holiday extension will lead to ‘pandemonium and chaos’ in housing market

03 March 2021
Budget 2021: Stamp duty holiday extension will lead to ‘pandemonium and chaos’ in housing market

Budget 2021: Stamp duty holiday extension will lead to ‘pandemonium and chaos’ in housing market

03 March 2021

The extension will add to the strain felt by buyers and sellers as they look to complete on sales, says Cheffins.


Commercial landlords and Covid-19

03 March 2021
Commercial landlords and Covid-19

Commercial landlords and Covid-19

03 March 2021

Sponsored feature | Emma Bowman, solicitor, Hewitsons


‘New-builds should come with a risk warning’, says founder of Homebuyers Fightback

23 February 2021
‘New-builds should come with a risk warning’, says founder of Homebuyers Fightback

‘New-builds should come with a risk warning’, says founder of Homebuyers Fightback

23 February 2021

The buyer of a new-build home is launching a campaign for better consumer protection after his bad experience.


Farewell from Waterbeach to five-month-old Louis Thorold after A10 tragedy

17 February 2021
Farewell from Waterbeach to five-month-old Louis Thorold after A10 tragedy

Farewell from Waterbeach to five-month-old Louis Thorold after A10 tragedy

17 February 2021

The streets were lined with mourners as the funeral cortege for baby Louis Thorold passed through Waterbeach.


Vintage Duxford-based Catalina flying boat gets a Pick Up from Loch Ness

07 February 2021
Vintage Duxford-based Catalina flying boat gets a Pick Up from Loch Ness

Vintage Duxford-based Catalina flying boat gets a Pick Up from Loch Ness

07 February 2021

A rescue operation returned a Second World War aircraft stranded in Scotland after engine failure to its Duxford base.


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