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What will workspaces look like when they reopen?

What will workspaces look like when they reopen?

What will workspaces look like when they reopen?

26 May 2020

Cambridge design and fit-out specialist Coel on how costs and safety needs will shape public spaces


Coronavirus: How Cambridge city centre will adapt as cars make way for street diners

Coronavirus: How Cambridge city centre will adapt as cars make way for street diners

Coronavirus: How Cambridge city centre will adapt as cars make way for street diners

25 May 2020

Some Cambridge city’s streets could be closed to traffic in an attempt to get Cambridge’s bars and restaurants back in business following the lockdown


£850m Cambridge tourism industry ‘won’t recover from Covid-19 pandemic for three years’

£850m Cambridge tourism industry ‘won’t recover from Covid-19 pandemic for three years’

£850m Cambridge tourism industry ‘won’t recover from Covid-19 pandemic for three years’

25 May 2020

With international travel stalled, tourism chiefs have set their sights on attracting more local visitors back into the city.

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University of Cambridge shifts lectures online for 2020/2021 academic year

University of Cambridge shifts lectures online for 2020/2021 academic year

University of Cambridge shifts lectures online for 2020/2021 academic year

20 May 2020

Teaching will be largely virtual until summer 2021 as viral threat continues


£400m of government funding for transport and housing in Cambridge

£400m of government funding for transport and housing in Cambridge

£400m of government funding for transport and housing in Cambridge

19 May 2020

The Great Cambridge Partnership says, following a review, the government has released up to £400m for its programme of improvements.


Bella Italia, Cafe Rouge and Las Iguanas owner Casual Dining Group to appoint administrators

Bella Italia, Cafe Rouge and Las Iguanas owner Casual Dining Group to appoint administrators

Bella Italia, Cafe Rouge and Las Iguanas owner Casual Dining Group to appoint administrators

18 May 2020

The future of 6,000 workers is thought to be in doubt


Your legal questions for our lockdown agony uncle answered

Your legal questions for our lockdown agony uncle answered

Your legal questions for our lockdown agony uncle answered

13 May 2020

Tim Tyndall, the employment team partner at Stone King, answers your queries relating to legal rights and procedures during the pandemic


Furlough scheme extended until end of October, adding rule changes in August

Furlough scheme extended until end of October, adding rule changes in August

Furlough scheme extended until end of October, adding rule changes in August

12 May 2020

Uncertainty over part-time working and how government shares cost of scheme with employers ‘will be resolved by end of May’


10 ways to help Cambridge avoid return to pre-lockdown congestion

10 ways to help Cambridge avoid return to pre-lockdown congestion

10 ways to help Cambridge avoid return to pre-lockdown congestion

11 May 2020

Sean Moroney offers a low-cost, low-pollution route ahead for the city and environs

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Businesses advised ‘don’t change lockdown measures until there is clarity’

Businesses advised ‘don’t change lockdown measures until there is clarity’

Businesses advised ‘don’t change lockdown measures until there is clarity’

11 May 2020

New government guidelines refuted until safety processes including contact tracing and wider testing are in place


End of permanent roadworks as Cambridge to Huntingdon A14 opens ahead of schedule

End of permanent roadworks as Cambridge to Huntingdon A14 opens ahead of schedule

End of permanent roadworks as Cambridge to Huntingdon A14 opens ahead of schedule

05 May 2020

Highways England has announced that all the lanes on the new A14 are complete and open to traffic - eight months early.


Future Fund ‘could be updated in weeks’, say Cambridge insiders

Future Fund ‘could be updated in weeks’, say Cambridge insiders

Future Fund ‘could be updated in weeks’, say Cambridge insiders

04 May 2020

Rishi Sunak faces calls to include tax-advantaged equity vehicles for match-funding fund


Happy birthday to Cambridge Juice Company and an updated market tradition

Happy birthday to Cambridge Juice Company and an updated market tradition

Happy birthday to Cambridge Juice Company and an updated market tradition

01 May 2020

Own-brand juice company keeps prices low for drinks and snacks range delivery within 50 miles of Cambridge


Lockjam concerts give Cambridge musicians a new stage

Lockjam concerts give Cambridge musicians a new stage

Lockjam concerts give Cambridge musicians a new stage

30 April 2020

‘Layered cake’ approach and as-much-as-you-can-give pricing offers a great musical night out virtually


How businesses can increase their chance of CBILS success

How businesses can increase their chance of CBILS success

How businesses can increase their chance of CBILS success

29 April 2020

Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce session yields five helpful tips


Five Cambridge firms awarded Queen’s 2020 Award for Enterprise

Five Cambridge firms awarded Queen’s 2020 Award for Enterprise

Five Cambridge firms awarded Queen’s 2020 Award for Enterprise

21 April 2020

Celebrations for highest business accolades on Her Majesty's 94th birthday


Caribbean diner supports community and urges locals to order takeaways direct

Caribbean diner supports community and urges locals to order takeaways direct

Caribbean diner supports community and urges locals to order takeaways direct

18 April 2020

Cherry Hinton Road-based family-run restaurant Rock of Virtue uses Flipdish for online ordering


Fury at banks’ ‘ridiculous CBILS hoops’ from Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce members

Fury at banks’ ‘ridiculous CBILS hoops’ from Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce members

Fury at banks’ ‘ridiculous CBILS hoops’ from Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce members

17 April 2020

‘The banks are not interested in making the scheme work because they can’t make any money from it,’ says chief executive John Bridge

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Small firms delighted at speed of grants from Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire councils

Small firms delighted at speed of grants from Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire councils

Small firms delighted at speed of grants from Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire councils

16 April 2020

South Cambs District Council and city council receive unanimous praise for efficiency in rolling out government’s emergency relief aid.

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Aviation’s ‘singularity event’ underlines Satavia’s strengths

Aviation’s ‘singularity event’ underlines Satavia’s strengths

Aviation’s ‘singularity event’ underlines Satavia’s strengths

11 April 2020

Cambridge aerospace intelligence company reports industry has seen traffic fall by 95 per cent


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