Chesterton Local highways bids longlist of ideas

An update on : read on for the long list of suggested ideas, along with my criteria for deciding which five will go forward to the next stage.



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Chesterton Local highways bids 2020

Local Highways bids - invitation for ideas.
Every year the County Council has a scheme for small scale improvements/changes in the Highway (roads/pavements). As County Councillors we are charged with coming up with a maximum of five bids for consideration per division.
The programme was delayed this year due to Covid-19, but now has a deadline for those 5 bids of *****27th September.*****
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West Chesterton Resident Parking situation: reminder/update

I've been asked about the resident parking situation in West Chesterton a few times recently, so this post just serves as a reminder of the current situation, after the Conservatives on the County council blocked all progress.

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Chisholm trail update 2020-09-20

I met with the project team recently; they will be updating the official page soon, but until then read on for updates...

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Cambridge Lib Dems react to developers' ambitions to build

Liberal Democrat councillors in Cambridge reacted to this morning’s publication by City and South Cambridgeshire Councils of the sites being bid for by landowners wanting to be allowed to develop in the next Local Plan. (Pictured: leader of Cambridge Lib Dems Cllr Tim Bick).

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Save the Flying Pig!

Today we are asking for your urgent help with a campaign that Liberal Democrats and local campaigners have been at the forefront of for many years. (Pictured: Petersfield Lib Dem campaigners Judy Brunton and Emmanuel Carraud).

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Coronavirus Update 5

This is the fifth of our regular updates on local issues during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Ask Your Councillor to Support Cambridge Refugee Resettlement

Since 2016, Cambridge has had a proud history of offering sanctuary to the most vulnerable people, through the Syrian Vulnerable Person's Resettlement Scheme.  

As this scheme draws to a close, a new scheme is opening which offers local councils support and funding to resettle 20,000 people over 5 years. 

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Councillors Celebrate Dutch Roundabout Opening


Liberal Democrat councillors in Queen Edith’s have welcomed the opening of the UK’s first fully Dutch style roundabout with cycle and pedestrian priority at the junction of Fendon Road and Queen Edith’s Way in Cambridge.

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'Claustrophobia' fears over North East Cambridge development

On the first day of public consultation for the North East Cambridge Area Action Plan, local Liberal Democrat campaigners are pointing to a “serious concern” about lack of public open space in the plans. (Pictured: East Chesterton Lib Dem campaigner Michael Bond).

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