We are considering the Cambridge Northern Fringe East (CNFE) area, which is one of the most important brownfield regeneration opportunities in the Greater Cambridge area. The new railway station provides a catalyst for an exciting opportunity to create a high quality employment led mixed use development.
The planning proposal also included 450 space rail station car park, 1000 cycle park, a main vehicular access road to the station, the creation of access routes to the Guided Busway, pedestrian and cycle links to the surrounding areas and extension to the existing Cambridge Guided Busway. The station opened in May 2017, however if you wish to view the plans, visit our planning portal.
Outline planning permission for the development of Cambridge North Station and associated infrastructure was issued on 26 September 2016.
Bidwells submitted a further two applications, on behalf of their client Brookgate Land Limited, on the 4 July 2017. The planning references and proposals are below:
The below planning applications are currently live:
If you wish to comment or views the planning applications S/2372/17/FL or S/2403/17/FL please see information below, which may be of use.
The formal deadline to submit public consultee comments ended on 18 August 2017.
The easiest way for you to view the planning applications is by clicking on the references below, this will then take you to the application.
If you do not have internet access, you can also view the plans at our office between 9 am and 5 pm weekdays.
Please look out on parish notice boards for details of how the Parish Council will make the plans available for viewing.
Find out more about the area action plans adopted by both Councils in relation to this growth site, they can be viewed via our Cambridge Northern Fringe East Area Action Plan (AAP) webpage and Cambridge City Council's website.
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