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South Cambs Magazine Winter 2017

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11
Dec
Residents of South Cambridgeshire no longer need to use their caddies when recycling paper.
07
Dec
Decisions made at this week’s meeting of South Cambridgeshire District Council’s Planning Committee, held on Wednesday 6 December at South Cambridgeshire Hall, Cambourne:
07
Dec
Ten community groups across South Cambridgeshire are celebrating receiving early Christmas presents, after being awarded money from the Council’s Community Chest.
05
Dec
A newly-announced £25 million Government fund could help speed up the building of much-needed new homes in South Cambridgeshire and Cambridge – and housing bosses across the two Councils are considering a joint bid.
04
Dec
South Cambridgeshire residents are being reminded that from next Monday (11 December) there will be no need for them to use paper caddies to recycle paper.
01
Dec
Community groups across South Cambridgeshire are being encouraged to bid for funding aimed at helping older residents live independently at home, for longer.
29
Nov
A Cambridgeshire and Peterborough full review of bus services has been welcomed by councillors in South Cambridgeshire after a £150,000 study was agreed
29
Nov

A £4,500 Council grant will allow a group in Cottenham to become the first community organisation in South Cambridgeshire to bring forward their own affordable housing schemes.

28
Nov
A ground-breaking ceremony has been held to mark the official start of building work on a new, permanent ice rink on the edge of Cambridge.
24
Nov
Local people are being encouraged to have their say on plans for a new AgriTech park near Hinxton.
22
Nov
Plans for a new, bespoke engine testing bay at Cambridge Airport have been approved.
17
Nov
A rail link connecting Cambridge and Oxford and a new station near Addenbrooke’s Hospital have both moved a step closer to becoming a reality after receiving backing from an independent transport body that advises Government.
17
Nov
£55,000 grant pot to help community buildings across South Cambridgeshire become more energy efficient and reduce energy given the green light.
17
Nov
Full planning permission has now been given for a new student and community sports facility in Girton, allowing building work to begin.
16
Nov
Hundreds of new jobs could be created in South Cambridgeshire after plans for an expansion of the Babraham Research Campus were given full planning permission.
15
Nov
Proposals for a hotel, to continue the regeneration of the area around the new Cambridge North Station, have been approved.
14
Nov
Plans for 44,000 new jobs and 33,500 new homes in Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire have moved a step forward after Government inspectors did not raise any objections to the strategy of focussing growth in new towns and a new village.
09
Nov
Council staff ensured a full skip’s worth of fly-tipped waste, that was dumped in the grounds of a National Trust property, was quickly cleared.
08
Nov
A doctor’s surgery may soon be prescribing a new type of treatment after it was revealed that up to 4,000 people in South Cambridgeshire could be suffering from loneliness.
08
Nov
Money to help community buildings across South Cambridgeshire become more energy efficient and reduce energy could soon be available thanks to a proposed Council grant scheme.

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