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‘You can’t buy a pint of milk there’ - MP says district council must do better for new town of Northstowe

‘You can’t buy a pint of milk there’ - MP says district council must do better for new town of Northstowe

‘You can’t buy a pint of milk there’ - MP says district council must do better for new town of Northstowe

23 May 2022

Anthony Browne MP has accused South Cambridgeshire District Council of failing to provide proper services for Northstowe.

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Widespread support for segregated cycle lanes in Greater Cambridge, report finds

Widespread support for segregated cycle lanes in Greater Cambridge, report finds

Widespread support for segregated cycle lanes in Greater Cambridge, report finds

22 May 2022

A new report produced by national walking and cycling charity Sustrans shows that participation in active travel is still high in Greater Cambridge.

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Plans for eight lanes of traffic in Hardwick under Cambourne to Cambridge busway proposals could be scrapped

Plans for eight lanes of traffic in Hardwick under Cambourne to Cambridge busway proposals could be scrapped

Plans for eight lanes of traffic in Hardwick under Cambourne to Cambridge busway proposals could be scrapped

21 May 2022

The Greater Cambridge Partnership is currently carrying out an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of the £160m scheme.

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More talking on Cambridge transport – but it’s ‘time for solutions’

More talking on Cambridge transport – but it’s ‘time for solutions’

More talking on Cambridge transport – but it’s ‘time for solutions’

20 May 2022

Cambridge is heading into a perfect storm, with its burgeoning growth heaping pressure on the region’s under-powered public transport system.

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Cambridge residents voice objections to taller, more powerful phone mast

Cambridge residents voice objections to taller, more powerful phone mast

Cambridge residents voice objections to taller, more powerful phone mast

13 May 2022

Hutchison 3G UK intends to replace an existing cell tower.

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Cross-party support for call to build new SEND school in Cambridgeshire

Cross-party support for call to build new SEND school in Cambridgeshire

Cross-party support for call to build new SEND school in Cambridgeshire

10 May 2022

A motion calling for the council to consider building a new school for children with special educational needs and disabilities has gained support.


Could shops end up inside Cambridge's Guildhall?

Could shops end up inside Cambridge's Guildhall?

Could shops end up inside Cambridge's Guildhall?

09 May 2022

Cambridge City Council is considering how to use the space inside the Guildhall now many staff are working from home - and will decide this summer.

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Cambourne Village College expansion is on hold

Cambourne Village College expansion is on hold

Cambourne Village College expansion is on hold

01 May 2022

Plans to extend Cambourne Village College have been put on hold due to the rising cost of materials, which have been blamed on the war in Ukraine.

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Solar farm capable of generating power for 14,200 homes approved for South Cambridgeshire countryside

Solar farm capable of generating power for 14,200 homes approved for South Cambridgeshire countryside

Solar farm capable of generating power for 14,200 homes approved for South Cambridgeshire countryside

21 April 2022

Stargoose Solar Energy Farm will generate 50MW.

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Griff Rhys Jones calls for rethink over Cambridge South East Transport busway

Griff Rhys Jones calls for rethink over Cambridge South East Transport busway

Griff Rhys Jones calls for rethink over Cambridge South East Transport busway

15 April 2022

The actor and comedian has been discussing the £132m busway through the Green Belt with the charity Cambridge Past, Present & Future.

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When will bins be collected in Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire over Easter and the early May Bank Holiday?

When will bins be collected in Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire over Easter and the early May Bank Holiday?

When will bins be collected in Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire over Easter and the early May Bank Holiday?

13 April 2022

Bin collections will be later than usual over the Easter and early May bank holidays.


Plans for 291 flats and 202-bed aparthotel at former NIAB site in Cambridge are approved

Plans for 291 flats and 202-bed aparthotel at former NIAB site in Cambridge are approved

Plans for 291 flats and 202-bed aparthotel at former NIAB site in Cambridge are approved

07 April 2022

Under the proposals, the former headquarters building will be kept, but all other buildings will be demolished.

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Bus funding decision a ‘real blow’ for Cambridge says MP

Bus funding decision a ‘real blow’ for Cambridge says MP

Bus funding decision a ‘real blow’ for Cambridge says MP

06 April 2022

The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority submitted its Bus Service Improvement Plan (BSIP) to the Department of Transport last year.

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Government response over East West Rail shows real ‘lack of empathy’

Government response over East West Rail shows real ‘lack of empathy’

Government response over East West Rail shows real ‘lack of empathy’

03 April 2022

A letter was transport secretary Grant Shapps calling for the business case to be published if the project is to continue.

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Row over £150,000 River Cam public art intensifies

Row over £150,000 River Cam public art intensifies

Row over £150,000 River Cam public art intensifies

01 April 2022

‘A golden sculpture in affluent Cambridge area: How does that help?’


‘So much has changed – but CSET busway plans haven’t’

‘So much has changed – but CSET busway plans haven’t’

‘So much has changed – but CSET busway plans haven’t’

01 April 2022

A council says it is becoming “increasingly concerned” that the CSET busway plans have become “polarised along party political lines”.


No funding for car free zones at schools in Cambridgeshire despite positive trials

No funding for car free zones at schools in Cambridgeshire despite positive trials

No funding for car free zones at schools in Cambridgeshire despite positive trials

30 March 2022

A trial banning cars from outside schools has been found to improve safety for children – but permanent plans cannot be made due to a lack of funding.

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East West Railway Company appoints Beth West as new chief executive officer

East West Railway Company appoints Beth West as new chief executive officer

East West Railway Company appoints Beth West as new chief executive officer

30 March 2022

Beth West will succeed Simon Blanchflower, who retires tomorrow (March 31).

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Views to be sought on overhaul to Cambridge’s roads

Views to be sought on overhaul to Cambridge’s roads

Views to be sought on overhaul to Cambridge’s roads

29 March 2022

A consultation on how Cambridge’s road hierarchy could change has been approved – but questions remain over public transport improvements.

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Abandoning OxCam Arc ‘will cost our economy £50bn by 2030’

Abandoning OxCam Arc ‘will cost our economy £50bn by 2030’

Abandoning OxCam Arc ‘will cost our economy £50bn by 2030’

29 March 2022

A major report, from Bidwells and Blackstock Consulting, argues the government risks stifling innovation.

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