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South Cambs Magazine Winter 2017

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24 January 2013: We have informed developers they need to provide more information on their remediation of a former agrochemical site before health and environmental bodies can rule whether it is ready for homes to be built on.
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Jan
24 January 2013: Youth Councillors are calling on young people to get involved in the decisions that affect them as they officially launched a new South Cambridgeshire Youth Council
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Jan
22 January 2013: Council investigators have brought two fly tippers to justice after fines were handed out by Magistrates.
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Jan
18 January 2013: A team of volunteers have joined forces with South Cambridgeshire District Council to get a village churchyard ready for wildlife to spring into action.
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Jan
17 January 2013: A new textile recycling trial is taking off in South Cambridgeshire in a bid to stop clothing, shoes and sheets ending up in landfill.
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Jan
14 January 2013: A benefit cheat who claimed to be a single parent to falsely obtain over £9,000 in support has been sentenced to 10 weeks imprisonment, suspended for two years.
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Jan
10 January 2013: Six South Cambridgeshire residents are on the verge of scooping £100 cash prizes – but only if they keep recycling paper throughout January and February.
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Jan
09 January 2013: A summary of the decisions taken at today's meeting of South Cambridgeshire District Council's Planning Committee
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Jan
09 January 2013: Plans for the first new properties in South Cambridgeshire’s biggest building programme of new Council-owned homes in over 60 years have been approved today.
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Jan
09 January 2013: The redevelopment of the site of a former Chinese restaurant has been given the green light today, paving the way for the creation of three new businesses and around 80 new jobs.
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Jan
07 January 2013: People working in Cambourne can jump-start New Year resolutions to improve their health with free lunchtime fitness sessions at the village’s new Trim Trail.
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Jan
07 January 2013: A new company has been set up by South Cambridgeshire District Council so hundreds of homes can be bought, built, sold and rented across the district.
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Jan
04 January 2013: Just over £1 million of Government funding has been secured to bring an existing Travellers’ site in Whaddon up to modern standards.
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Jan
04 January 2013: The next public consultation on how South Cambridgeshire should be developed over the next 20 years begins on Monday (7 January) and residents, businesses and organisations are urged to have their say.
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Jan
03 January 2013: Two new exercise classes targeted at the over 50’s in South Cambridgeshire will help residents achieve New Year resolutions to improve their health as they hop, skip and jump into 2013.
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Dec
24 December: Planning permission has been granted for the first phase of homes on a former agrochemical factory in Hauxton – but council bosses have confirmed that no work can begin until the land has been given the green light for construction.
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Dec
21 December 2012: Building waste found on a farm in Milton has led to a Cambridge man being handed a 12-month conditional discharge just before Christmas.
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Dec
21 December 2012: As the season of celebration approaches South Cambridgeshire District Council’s Chairman, Cllr Tony Orgee, reflects on a momentous year and wishes residents and businesses a happy and healthy New Year.
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Dec
21 December 2012: Council leaders in South Cambridgeshire have pledged to rise to the tough challenge ahead after central government grants were cut meaning 4 to 5 million pounds of savings will be needed over the next five years.
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Dec
19 December 2012: More public consultation events have been announced today to help residents, businesses and organisations have their say on how South Cambridgeshire should be developed over the next 20 years.

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