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South Cambs Magazine summer 2017

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18
Aug
11 of 22 pitches at Cottenham Travellers' site that were in breach of planning rules are now complying with their conditions again.
15
Aug
Demolition work starts on South Cambridgeshire District Council-owned site in Gamlingay, making way for 14 new homes.
14
Aug
Around 300 South Cambridgeshire companies could receive financial relief from increases in business rates.
14
Aug
South Cambridgeshire District Council workers have removed 420 kg – the equivalent of 17 wheelie bins full – of rubbish that were left behind by Travellers who pulled onto Stapleford recreation ground.
11
Aug
Community groups have just over a month to say whether they want to buy a pub in Guilden Morden.
10
Aug
South Cambridgeshire and Cambridge residents encouraged to give views on initial proposals for future development of land north of Cherry Hinton.
10
Aug
A list of decisions made at the latest meeting of South Cambridgeshire District Council's Planning Committee.
01
Aug
Council bosses have confirmed they will be prosecuting landlords at a Travellers’ site in Cottenham who have failed to remove unauthorised additional caravans and static homes.
26
Jul
An innovative underground network of bins at the University of Cambridge’s new district, Eddington, mean residents have no need for wheelie bins
21
Jul
Eleven affordable housing schemes across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough are set to receive a cash injection to accelerate the delivery of housing in the area.
20
Jul

Households can quickly confirm or update details by visiting www.householdresponse.com/southcambs

17
Jul

An improved planning service for the residents of Cambridge City and South Cambridgeshire has taken another step forward.

12
Jul
A disused Cambridgeshire church is getting back its floor and windows so that it can take its rightful place as a valued community asset after transferring ownership to conservation charity, The Friends of Friendless Churches (FOFC), in a ceremony held yesterday (Tuesday 11 July).
07
Jul
A closed pub in Stapleford could be compulsory purchased by a district council so that a local community group can take it on.
06
Jul
Fourteen South Cambridgeshire community groups are celebrating after receiving a share of £12,000 to support local clubs and projects.
05
Jul
A man convicted of fly tipping who appeared at Cambridge Magistrates’ Court by a video link has been handed a 14-day prison sentence to run alongside the one he is currently serving.
04
Jul
Council planning bosses have apologised after an administrative error meant planning permission was incorrectly granted for seven homes in Haslingfield.
04
Jul
Legal notices have been served on 22 plots at Smithy Fen after a Council investigation gathered evidence to show that extra caravans had been brought on to the site and lived in illegally.
03
Jul

As local Government finances continue to be squeezed, South Cambridgeshire District Council has found innovative ways of saving taxpayers’ money and generating income of its own.

03
Jul

South Cambridgeshire residents continue to be some of the healthiest in the country thanks in part to initiatives set up by the District Council.

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