Anthony Browne MP says he welcomes confirmation that local councillors will be able to determine the scheme.
The extension will add to the strain felt by buyers and sellers as they look to complete on sales, says Cheffins.
The buyer of a new-build home is launching a campaign for better consumer protection after his bad experience.
Developer First Base is inviting people to share their views on the future of the Travis Perkins depot site on Devonshire Road.
The site is currently used for farming.
It follows the release of emails under the Freedom of Information Act.
Developers are hoping to build a town based on 'garden city principles' with a train station and Cam Metro stop next to a village with 83 residents.
The local news media sector has come together to launch an industry digital portal to promote public notices to communities and enhance democracy.
It follows the decision to approve 6,500 homes on the western half of the site.
Decision on it is a matter for South Cambridgeshire District Council, the government confirms to the Cambridge Independent.
The 25-year-old web developer will get 70 per cent of his rent back towards a deposit on buying his first home.
The company missed the call for sites deadline - but that will not count against its chances, as we explain.
Campaigners have already mobilised against the shock plans, warning it would destroy villages.
The offer is only available to buyers in its Cambridgeshire heartland.
Anthony Browne says that level of housebuilding would be extraordinary.
The Wellcome Trust is set to buy Urban&Civic, the property developer behind plans for the new town in Waterbeach.