Lib Dems call for Cambridge taxis to turn electric

Cambridge Lib Dems are offering a 5-year licence fee ‘holiday’ for newly registered private hire taxis powered by electricity. Worth over £1,000 per vehicle to operators, they see this as an additional incentive to switch to the increasing range of electric cars now on the market.

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Lib Dems report back on County Council budget

On Tuesday 16 February the Liberal Democrat County Council group found themselves locked in a long battle of wills against the Conservatives, the largest group on the County Council.

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County Council boundary changes

Over the last few months, the Boundary Commission has been reviewing the boundaries for the wards in Cambridgeshire. A few weeks ago, the commission produced their final recommendations, which can be seen here.

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County Boundaries decided - Romsey’s northern boundary stays the same

The Boundary Commission has been reviewing the divisions by which County Councillors are elected and made their decision known on 9th February.  They will be used for the elections in 2017.

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Cambridge Liberal Democrats Annual Dinner

Come to the Spring Sparkler dinner, with Graham Watson. 
With Eastern Mediterranean food by our own Super Bowl Foods, this promises to be a super evening.
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Keep the lights on by going green!

Energy saving technology is the best route to keep the city’s streetlights on at night and allow the County Council to make the financial economies it needs.

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Involve schools in planting trees, say local Lib Dems

Lib Dems are proposing that the city’s primary schools are invited to participate in a new scheme through which each year 4 pupil will be given a tree for planting at home, in a designated part of a public space or on school grounds. This is estimated at providing the city with up to 5000 newtrees over the next 5 years.

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City Deal: Green End Road

One of the projects in the City Deal is to make Green End Road safer and greener - this comes from a project Liberal Democrats in East Chesteton started 3 years ago to "Green Up Green End Road":  Ian & Shahida wanted to know why it was called that when there was so much concrete!

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Parking woes in residential streets

Trumpington residents continue to suffer from parking woes following the Conservatives’ controversial decision to introduce a parking charge at local Park and Ride sites.

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Path safety worries

Lib Dems explore alternatives to shared-use paths

Following concerns raised by Trumpington residents, the local Lib Dem team are exploring alternative options to shared-use pavements.

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