Waterbeach New Town Community Forum
The Waterbeach New Town Community Forum is 1 of 3 forums run by us across the major development sites.
It's a good opportunity for the developers and public sector bodies to engage with local residents and community groups over the proposed new town at Waterbeach.
The forum usually starts with an hour-long drop-in session, where the public get to meet representatives from the developers and District Council planners in order to get a better understanding of not only the current stage of development, but what the new town may look and feel like.
Following this, there's a more formal meeting structured around presentations and questions. Various stakeholders present their plans and vision for the new town. Time is also set aside at the end for any questions that may arise from the presentation.
The forum is chaired by District Councillor Anna Bradnam and includes representatives from:
- South Cambridgeshire District Council
- Cambridgeshire County Council
- Fen Ditton Parish Councils
- The public
You can download and read our terms of reference.
If you would like to receive regular updates on future forums, please complete our online registration form.
9 October 2019
- Drop-in 6pm to 8pm
- Attendees: Urban and Civic (Developer), RLW Estates (Developer), SCDC Shared Planning Service, County Council - Transport, Waterbeach Community Land Trust, English Heritage, Waterbeach Parish Council and Waterbeach Neighbourhood Planning Team
- 10 July 2019 - Drop in Session
Urban and Civic (Developer) RLW Estates (Developer) SCDC Shared Planning Service, County Council - Transport, Waterbeach Community Land Trust and Waterbeach Parish Council were all present.
- 4 April 2019 - Drop in Session
Urban and Civic (Developer) RLW Estates (Developer) SCDC Shared Planning Service, County Council- Transport , Waterbeach Community Land Trust, Waterbeach Parish Council and a representative from Denny Abbey Farmland Museum were all present.
- 9 January 2019
- 25 September 2018
- 14 March 2018
Information on developers and their visions:
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