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Park Street multi-storey in Cambridge will close in January for redevelopment works

Park Street multi-storey in Cambridge will close in January for redevelopment works

Park Street multi-storey in Cambridge will close in January for redevelopment works

02 September 2021

Demolition work will begin in January, with the new car park opening in August 2024 and the aparthotel in March 2025.

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Dead tree public art on Cambridge housing development branded ‘grim metaphor for the death of nature’

Dead tree public art on Cambridge housing development branded ‘grim metaphor for the death of nature’

Dead tree public art on Cambridge housing development branded ‘grim metaphor for the death of nature’

26 August 2021

The £42k project has been condemned by environmental campaigners who say trees are dying in Cambridge due to lack of water and over development.

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New Cambridge sewage works set to look like ‘giant pastry cutter’, say campaigners

New Cambridge sewage works set to look like ‘giant pastry cutter’, say campaigners

New Cambridge sewage works set to look like ‘giant pastry cutter’, say campaigners

25 August 2021

Anglian Water wants to move Cambridge's sewage works to a local beauty spot and surround it with a 7m high earthworks ring topped with a metal fence.

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Plans submitted for 100 rental homes and workspace in Devonshire Gardens

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.


Anglian Water plans 70km water pipeline to bring water into dry East of England region

Anglian Water plans 70km water pipeline to bring water into dry East of England region

Anglian Water plans 70km water pipeline to bring water into dry East of England region

20 August 2021

It needs to address a 30 million litre-a-day water shortage.

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Work under way on £4.4m homes in Great Shelford for those in need

Work under way on £4.4m homes in Great Shelford for those in need

Work under way on £4.4m homes in Great Shelford for those in need

16 August 2021

Work has started on a scheme to construct more than 20 almshouses for people in Great Shelford.

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Consultation closing on new Anglian Water waste water treatment plant

Consultation closing on new Anglian Water waste water treatment plant

Consultation closing on new Anglian Water waste water treatment plant

11 August 2021

The sewage works could move from north Cambridge to a village site between Fen Ditton and Horningsea.

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Councillors approve Brookgate’s Devonshire Quarter plan for Cambridge station area

Councillors approve Brookgate’s Devonshire Quarter plan for Cambridge station area

Councillors approve Brookgate’s Devonshire Quarter plan for Cambridge station area

09 August 2021

The redevelopment plans for part of the Cambridge station area have been approved after concerns over its scale and impact on cycling were addressed.

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Craig Bennett: Let’s get together and save The Flying Pig pub in Cambridge

Craig Bennett: Let’s get together and save The Flying Pig pub in Cambridge

Craig Bennett: Let’s get together and save The Flying Pig pub in Cambridge

02 August 2021

Opinion | The Cambridge resident and leading environmentalist discusses the future of this iconic pub.


Permission granted for major redevelopment of University of Cambridge’s West Cambridge site

Permission granted for major redevelopment of University of Cambridge’s West Cambridge site

Permission granted for major redevelopment of University of Cambridge’s West Cambridge site

30 July 2021

The development could generate £864.8million for the local and regional economy along with 11,000 jobs, but concerns have been raised over its impact.


Seeking a vision for Oxford-Cambridge Arc spatial framework

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.


Towpath closes for Chisholm Trail works

Towpath closes for Chisholm Trail works

Towpath closes for Chisholm Trail works

26 July 2021

A series of closures to allow work to upgrade the towpath by the new Abbey-Chesterton Bridge start today (Monday, July 26).

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Mill Road bridge: Cambridgeshire councillors poised to decide on its future

Mill Road bridge: Cambridgeshire councillors poised to decide on its future

Mill Road bridge: Cambridgeshire councillors poised to decide on its future

22 July 2021

More than a year after Mill Road bridge was closed to cars, councillors will finally decide whether to reopen it or keep the bus gate in place.

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Campaigners fear 1,000% increase in HGV traffic on Coldham’s Lane in Cambridge from last-mile delivery hub

Campaigners fear 1,000% increase in HGV traffic on Coldham’s Lane in Cambridge from last-mile delivery hub

Campaigners fear 1,000% increase in HGV traffic on Coldham’s Lane in Cambridge from last-mile delivery hub

12 July 2021

Residents in Cherry Hinton say the Burnside Lakes plans will also be dangerous for cyclists.

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Greater Cambridge Partnership faces backlash against green belt plans

Greater Cambridge Partnership faces backlash against green belt plans

Greater Cambridge Partnership faces backlash against green belt plans

01 July 2021

An MP has urged the GCP to “prove it can take the blinkers off and listen to local people and experts with an open mind” over its busway plans.

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Opposition builds to Greater Cambridge Partnership plan for a £132m busway in green belt

Opposition builds to Greater Cambridge Partnership plan for a £132m busway in green belt

Opposition builds to Greater Cambridge Partnership plan for a £132m busway in green belt

30 June 2021

Plans for a £132million Cambridge South East busway are poor value for money and fail to meet the transport needs of local people, a group has said.

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King’s Parade anti-terror barrier to be permanent fixture

King’s Parade anti-terror barrier to be permanent fixture

King’s Parade anti-terror barrier to be permanent fixture

27 June 2021

The anti-terror barrier in King’s Parade is set to become permanent, but the final design is yet to be agreed.

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Future of the Grafton Centre up for debate

Future of the Grafton Centre up for debate

Future of the Grafton Centre up for debate

25 June 2021

Businesses are waiting to hear what the sale of the shopping centre will mean for their future.

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Green wall screen for proposed site for new Anglia Water sewage works serving Cambridge region

Green wall screen for proposed site for new Anglia Water sewage works serving Cambridge region

Green wall screen for proposed site for new Anglia Water sewage works serving Cambridge region

23 June 2021

A huge grass wall would be created to screen the relocated 22-hectare sewage works for Greater Cambridge, the latest consultation reveals.

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Network Rail seeks permission to build Cambridge South

Network Rail seeks permission to build Cambridge South

Network Rail seeks permission to build Cambridge South

21 June 2021

Network Rail is asking the government for permission to build Cambridge South to serve the city and biomedical campus.

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