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South Cambs Magazine Autumn 2017

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Dec
07 December 2012: Update on the proposed Travellers' site in Meldreth.
06
Dec
05 December 2012: Results from the Planning Committee (Wednesday 5 December) at South Cambridgeshire District Council.
06
Dec
05 December 2012: Possible sites for employment and new homes in South Cambridgeshire's villages.
06
Dec
05 December 2012: Cambridge to become a 'super-connected city' and improved broadband plans for Cambridgeshire.
06
Dec
04 December 2012: Local tree warden met The Archers counterpart.
06
Dec
03 December 2012: Customer contact service at South Cambridgeshire District Council now open.
06
Dec
30 November 2012: Paper recycling competition.
06
Dec
30 November 2012: Six sites on the edge of Cambridge have been recommended as suitable for employment and new housing.
06
Dec
29 November 2012: Surveillance to be used to catch fly tippers.
06
Dec
27 November 2012: Public consultation underway to help set key aims for the district over the next five years.
06
Dec
26 November 2012: Completion of the 100% affordable housing development in Comberton has been well received by residents.
06
Dec
26 November 2012: Fly tipping pair pay the price for rubbish behaviour.
06
Dec
23 November 2012: Benefits cheat gets caught.
06
Dec
22 November 2012: Nick Clegg has pledged financial support for Northstowe.
06
Dec
22 November 2012: Six site options for employment and new housing on the edge of Cambridge to be looked into.
06
Dec
13 November 2012: Homeowners are being invited to the latest in an award winning series of energy events to find out what practical measures they can take to save energy and reduce household bills this winter.
22
Nov
14 November 2012: A debate has been postponed until January to allow more time to listen to residents' concerns.

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