Further to previous posts, I wanted to provide an update on issues along Fen Road for residents.Read more
Further to http://www.cambridgelibdems.org.uk/when_is_a_ticket_to_london_not_a_ticket_to_london and a number of emails with customer services at Abelio, I'm really pleased to say that significant improvements have been made to the ticket terminals.
The in station booths now warn you when selecting Greater Anglia tickets with a pop up and are clearly marked.
Unfortunately, Network Rail's journey planner doesn't make it clear, something I've taken up with them.
We've received the attached letter from the Police and Crime Commissioner's office about changes to Policing.
Recently I (Chesterton Cllr Ian Manning) became aware that residents nearby were to have parking restrictions – but that their Labour Councillor hadn’t asked them. I put a stop to this as the area came within my Chesterton County division.
Separately, Labour Councillors have marked your area to get restrictions: so our activist Jamie Dalzell is really keen to check you are aware, and aware of what form they will take.
Further to the work I've done with residents (including 3 meetings, 2 complete letter drops of the estate and a survey) I'm pleased to announce there is progress on the proposals for parking restrictions that Labour Councillors were keen to push through.
I hope residents agree that I have ensured that they've been listened to and have worked with them to achieve a sensible way forward.
EDIT: 2018-01-19: update here: http://www.cambridgelibdems.org.uk/fen_road_problems_update_2018_01_19
EDIT 2017-12-03: latest update here: http://www.cambridgelibdems.org.uk/fen_road_update_2017_12_03
Residents will have seen a number of serious issues around Fen Road in the last 2 months. Councillor Manning is trying to work with residents and authorities to put a plan in place to improve things.Read more
After correcting mistakes in the process around parking controls North of Milton Road, the North team are turning their attention to checking residents in the triangle area know what could be facing them. The survey is here:
There has been an angry reaction to Labour councillors’ support for the county council’s proposed 88% price increase on visitor parking permits used within Cambridge’s 16 residents’ parking zones. The council expects to issue around 130,000 of these permits next year.
At the Cambridge Joint Area Committee yesterday (Tuesday 24th October), five Labour councillors spoke in support of the county council’s proposals to increase the charge from £1.60 to £3. The move was opposed by all four Liberal Democrat committee members.Read more
Letters are going out via volunteers to all streets in Chesterton North of Milton Road so residents have another opportunity to give me a steer on how to respond to the City Deal resident parking plans.
The City Council has published a consultation on the future of the Grafton Centre and surrounding area:
Please send your thoughts to us as well as the Council!