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South Cambs Magazine Spring 2018

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20
Sep
A new report has highlighted how South Cambridgeshire District Council has helped almost 60 families remain in their homes – and avoid becoming homeless - in just three months.
18
Sep
A local council is supporting villagers to put the future of their communities in their own hands.
15
Sep
Councillors have backed plans to simplify the kerbside collection of recycling materials for residents across South Cambridgeshire.
13
Sep
Local communities are being given the chance to bid for a share of a £50,000 grant pot to help them deliver affordable housing to meet the needs of people in their area.
12
Sep
Almost £30,000 extra funding is being pumped into a South Cambridgeshire District Council programme that awards grants to voluntary and community sector groups and Parish Councils.
07
Sep
Over 90% of people leaving their car or bike at Swavesey Busway stop come from the village or neighbouring Over – and councilors say more rural travel hubs are being investigated.
07
Sep
Cambourne couple given criminal records, with a man receiving a suspended prison sentence, after they failed to report over £100,000 while claiming benefits.
07
Sep
A round-up of decisions made at this week’s meeting of South Cambridgeshire District Council’s Planning Committee.
06
Sep
Proposed changes to simplify the kerbside collection of recycling materials for South Cambridgeshire residents are published.
05
Sep
Eight community groups across South Cambridgeshire to share of nearly £7,000 from Community Chest fund.
01
Sep
Budding sporting superstars from South Cambridgeshire can now apply for a Council grant to push their training onto the next level.
30
Aug
Council advice published following recent unauthorised Traveller encampments in South Cambridgeshire.
30
Aug
Bin collections will not be affected by a fire on land next to the centre where blue, green and black bin recycling and waste is tipped.
23
Aug
Around 300 South Cambridgeshire companies will benefit from financial relief from increases in business rates, it has been confirmed.
22
Aug
Residents reminded that bin collections will be later than usual next week, following the bank holiday weekend.
22
Aug

Fire safety assessments that began before the recent tragic fire at Grenfell Tower in London have given Council tenants further reassurance that buildings are in good condition.

21
Aug
Key legal document signed, to enable construction work to begin on new ice rink on edge of Cambridge.
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.

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