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The £32.5m greenway routes for cycling and walking between Cambridge and villages approved by GCP





These are the latest five new greenway routes approved by the Greater Cambridge Partnership.

Designed to aid cycling, walking and horse-riding, they connect villages in South Cambridgeshire with Cambridge.

The GCP’s executive board approved £1.25million of funding earlier this month for the detailed design for the routes and an outline budget of £31m to deliver them.

The Greenways route for Barton to Cambridge. Map: GCP (42458357)
The Greenways route for Barton to Cambridge. Map: GCP (42458357)
The Greenways route for Bottisham, Horningsea and the Swaffhams. Map: GCP (42458359)
The Greenways route for Bottisham, Horningsea and the Swaffhams. Map: GCP (42458359)
The Greenways for Sawston to Cambridge. Map: GCP (42458361)
The Greenways for Sawston to Cambridge. Map: GCP (42458361)

Spending on the five greenway routes will be as follows:

  • Barton - £10m
  • Bottisham - £5m
  • Horningsea £2.5m
  • Sawston £9m
  • Swaffhams - £4.5m

The GCP has already agreed six other greenways, with the Haslingfield route due before the board for a decision in December.

The Greenways routes planned by the Greater Cambridge Partnership. Map: GCP (42458363)
The Greenways routes planned by the Greater Cambridge Partnership. Map: GCP (42458363)

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