Lib Dems fear community centre could be threatened

Zoe_O'Connel_cropped.jpgCambridge Liberal Democrats fear services at the city’s Meadows Community Centre could be under threat after Labour announced plans to cut council funding.

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Councillor raises safety fears as cycle lanes project slips

Amanda_Taylor1.jpgCambridge Liberal Democrat Councillor Amanda Taylor has raised safety fears over a major county council-run project in the city will is running months behind schedule.

 

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Affordable homes shortfall among new city centre flats

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Eight-four new city centre apartments could soon be built, but will fall well short of Cambridge City Council's policy for 40 per cent to be 'affordable homes'.

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Clay Farm Community Centre management options

City Councillor’s will consider the Council’s approach to managing the new Clay Farm community centre due to open next year at Thursday’s meeting of the Community Services Scrutiny Committee.

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Statement on refugee crisis

Tim_Bick.jpgCambridge Liberal Democrat Leader, Tim Bick and Deputy Leader, Catherine Smart:

We are calling on Cambridge City Council to make an offer to provide homes for a number of refugee families as part of a national response to the crisis engulfing Europe and the Middle East

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Vulnerable road users need priority during construction work - Manning

Ian_Manning.jpgCyclists and pedestrians must be given greater protection during any future construction work in the city with road restrictions applied to motorists instead.

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Councillor's late-night stakeout to stop speeding lorries

VH_head_shot.jpgCambridge City Councillor, Valerie Holt has been staging a late night stakeout to catch lorry drivers speeding through the city’s Huntingdon Road.

 

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City's preferred reform plan sidelined

Tim_Bick.jpgCambridge City Council's cherished aim for a Greater Cambridge Unitary Council has been side-lined according to city Liberal Democrats.

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Lib Dems call for strong action to reverse Kora library deal

stamp.jpegCambridge Liberal Democrats are calling for strong action on the controversial deal to hand over a major part of the city’s main library to private company, Kora.

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GREEN BELT THREAT LOOMS

Developers Grosvenor are holding an exhibition to promote their proposals for a Sporting Village from 12 noon to 9 pm on Monday 18 May at Trumpington Meadows Primary School. They have previously proposed further development in the Green Belt between Trumpington Meadows and the motorway and on the other side of the motorway as well, and it seems safe to assume these proposals will be similar.

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