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Environment Agency objects to new Cambridge Cancer Research Hospital over water

Environment Agency objects to new Cambridge Cancer Research Hospital over water

Environment Agency objects to new Cambridge Cancer Research Hospital over water

12 April 2024

Councillors are set to decide on 17 April whether to approve plans for the proposed Cambridge Cancer Research Hospital.


Who will you elect as Cambridgeshire’s next police and crime commissioner?

Who will you elect as Cambridgeshire’s next police and crime commissioner?

Who will you elect as Cambridgeshire’s next police and crime commissioner?

11 April 2024

Voters will go to the polls on 2 May.


Back to the future? Revolutionary Communist Party gets Cambridge launch

Back to the future? Revolutionary Communist Party gets Cambridge launch

Back to the future? Revolutionary Communist Party gets Cambridge launch

10 April 2024

Hammer and sickle on streets of the city as party works towards a ‘working class government’.

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Government accused of ‘creeping takeover’ with Cambridge growth company

Government accused of ‘creeping takeover’ with Cambridge growth company

Government accused of ‘creeping takeover’ with Cambridge growth company

10 April 2024

Politicians have been responding to Michael Gove’s announcement of plans to establish a new dedicated growth company for Cambridge.


Concern residents would ‘risk their lives’ crossing A10 delays decision on 83 affordable homes

Concern residents would ‘risk their lives’ crossing A10 delays decision on 83 affordable homes

Concern residents would ‘risk their lives’ crossing A10 delays decision on 83 affordable homes

10 April 2024

Councillors said a new traffic island was not sufficient to help people reach school or the shops.


Paul Kirkley: Could city of dons become Gove-opolis?

Paul Kirkley: Could city of dons become Gove-opolis?

Paul Kirkley: Could city of dons become Gove-opolis?

06 April 2024

Paul Kirkley: On the changing face of Cambridge, living in a construction zone, daily showers and a hideous statue.


Eastern Powerhouse: Replace failed Local Plan system with a spatial strategy for the East of England

Eastern Powerhouse: Replace failed Local Plan system with a spatial strategy for the East of England

Eastern Powerhouse: Replace failed Local Plan system with a spatial strategy for the East of England

05 April 2024

Opinion | James Palmer, chair of Eastern Powerhouse, says a spatial strategy would use Cambridge as a catalyst to develop the whole region.


Have mayor’s hopes of bus franchising to solve Cambridgeshire’s public transport problems already broken down?

Have mayor’s hopes of bus franchising to solve Cambridgeshire’s public transport problems already broken down?

Have mayor’s hopes of bus franchising to solve Cambridgeshire’s public transport problems already broken down?

03 April 2024

The Combined Authority has debated a move towards ‘enhanced partnerships’.

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How bad is the air pollution in Greater Cambridge – and what is causing it?

How bad is the air pollution in Greater Cambridge – and what is causing it?

How bad is the air pollution in Greater Cambridge – and what is causing it?

03 April 2024

We look at what can be done about the ‘largest environmental risk to public health’.

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Residents ‘feel betrayed’ over approval of retirement village in Bottisham

Residents ‘feel betrayed’ over approval of retirement village in Bottisham

Residents ‘feel betrayed’ over approval of retirement village in Bottisham

02 April 2024

Plans for the development were approved on appeal.


Jobs growth in Cambridge region continues with more sectors recovering

Jobs growth in Cambridge region continues with more sectors recovering

Jobs growth in Cambridge region continues with more sectors recovering

02 April 2024

The latest annual monitor for Cambridge Ahead finds fastest growth in life sciences.


84 new homes to replace 30 in Fanshawe Road in Cambridge, despite neighbours’ protests

84 new homes to replace 30 in Fanshawe Road in Cambridge, despite neighbours’ protests

84 new homes to replace 30 in Fanshawe Road in Cambridge, despite neighbours’ protests

30 March 2024

They accused the city council of ‘immoral gentrification’.


Herbicide use to end on Cambridge City Council’s parks and housing areas

Herbicide use to end on Cambridge City Council’s parks and housing areas

Herbicide use to end on Cambridge City Council’s parks and housing areas

29 March 2024

Mechanical sweepers and hand tools will be used to clear weeds instead.


Government to create dedicated growth company for Cambridge to speed up development

Government to create dedicated growth company for Cambridge to speed up development

Government to create dedicated growth company for Cambridge to speed up development

29 March 2024

‘Large-scale land assembly’ and ‘major infrastructure projects’ to be planned.


City councillors welcome Cambridge £2 visitor levy plan to raise up to £2.6m a year

City councillors welcome Cambridge £2 visitor levy plan to raise up to £2.6m a year

City councillors welcome Cambridge £2 visitor levy plan to raise up to £2.6m a year

28 March 2024

Cambridge BID is exploring a charge on overnight stayers.

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Rebuilt new homes at Darwin Green in Cambridge will meet latest building standards, developer confirms

Rebuilt new homes at Darwin Green in Cambridge will meet latest building standards, developer confirms

Rebuilt new homes at Darwin Green in Cambridge will meet latest building standards, developer confirms

26 March 2024

City council had been seeking legal advice on the issue.

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Greater Cambridge Partnership chief executive Rachel Stopard to retire

Greater Cambridge Partnership chief executive Rachel Stopard to retire

Greater Cambridge Partnership chief executive Rachel Stopard to retire

25 March 2024

She retires after 37 years of local government service.


Recognition of need for mass transit is welcomed by Cambridge Connect

Recognition of need for mass transit is welcomed by Cambridge Connect

Recognition of need for mass transit is welcomed by Cambridge Connect

24 March 2024

The government has made reference to the potential of light rail to solve Cambridge’s congestion challenges.


Phil Rodgers – Consultations in Greater Cambridge: Are they working?

Phil Rodgers – Consultations in Greater Cambridge: Are they working?

Phil Rodgers – Consultations in Greater Cambridge: Are they working?

24 March 2024

Opinion | Our political commentator explores the regular stream of consultations.


‘Cornered’ Ekin Road resident speaks out against Abbey redevelopment plan

‘Cornered’ Ekin Road resident speaks out against Abbey redevelopment plan

‘Cornered’ Ekin Road resident speaks out against Abbey redevelopment plan

24 March 2024

‘When you get to the age of 83, you don’t want to move out’ says Paola Pugsley.


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