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Triangle/"Irregular Rhomboid" parking controls - update 2018-02-12

Parking Update – Public meetings   I wanted to make sure you are up to date on where we are with the proposals to bring in parking controls in the streets bordered by Springfield Road to Hawthorn Way. Hopefully you’ll recall we surveyed you about the plans that were to be imposedon you.   Read on for the results and the dates of public meetings...

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Save the Tivoli for our community

Local Lib Dem councillors and campaigners joined with other local community groups to ask that development plans for the Tivoli cinema building are rejected.

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Corridors into Chesterton: A10 study response

On Thursday 8th February, the County Council's Economy and Environment Committee will consider a study into the future of the A10 corridor: item 7 on this agenda .  Along with fellow Lib Dem Councillors I've submitted a response to it. In addition to the joint response I've stated that the corridor should include segregated cycleways.

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Lib Dems Propose Budget to Restore Children's Centre Funding

Lib Dems Propose Budget to Restore Children's Centre Funding

 

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Labour Leader slaps down democratic decision of housing committee over amended housing budget

Labour Leader slaps down democratic decision of housing committee over amended housing budget

Council Leader, Labour’s Lewis Herbert, has slapped down the democratic decision of the Council’s Housing Committee by deciding to ignore the committee’s support for the opposition amendment to the Housing Budget. Members of the committee, including the council tenant representatives voted to support the amended Housing Budget.  Council officers confirmed the amendment would have still resulted in a balanced Housing Budget being delivered. Rod Cantrill, Shadow Liberal Democrat Housing Spokes, commented: “The amendment would have meant that larger families renting one of the new 500 council houses in the city would save up to £2,000 a year.  This would be...

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County Council budget surprise as it's 5%

County Council budget surprise as it's 5%

In a surprise move earlier today, Cambridgeshire’s Conservative councillors announced that they plan to increase the county council’s portion of the council tax this year by 2.99 per cent, on top of their planned 2 per cent increase for adult social care. The move comes as they struggle to plug a budget gap of £4.3 million in their spending plans, and prepare for worse to come. For several years now, Liberal Democrat councillors have pointed out that increasing council tax is the only way to protect the services local residents value. Inflation takes its toll. The Government has massively reduced...

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About the Cambridge Liberal Democrats

The Cambridge Lib Dems are a committed campaigning organisation. We work hard to represent the residents of our city and always strive to create an open and inclusive democratic process. We hope to engage with all of our constituents so together we can work with you to make Cambridge an even better place to live.

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