Labour council can and must act to avoid 30m phone mast on Jesus Green

'Act like a council, not a commercial property company' is the demand from Liberal Democrat city centre councillors as the petition against the 30metre phone mast proposed for Jesus Green quickly reaches 1,300 signatures. 

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City Centre Lib Dems oppose 30 METRE phone mast on Jesus Green

Residents, open spaces champions and local Lib Dem councillors are all up in arms about a proposal to erect a 30 metre high mobile phone mast on the grass tennis courts at Jesus Green.

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Coronavirus Update 6

This is the sixth of our online ward updates from Cllrs Bick, Harrison, Martinelli and Porrer.

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Lib Dems call on Labour Council to learn lessons from the pandemic in budget plans

Liberal Democrats are calling for Cambridge City Council to start mapping out Cambridge’s future after the pandemic. In their budget proposals published today, the council’s Opposition tables a series of changes to the Labour administration’s draft budget, pointing to their priorities in the local elections later this year.

 

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Lib Dems celebrate affordable housing for local keyworkers

Thanks to the work of Liberal Democrat councillors, Queen Edith’s has today set an important precedent in how we build sustainable communities by prioritising a proportion of affordable housing for qualifying people with a local work or family connection.

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Campaign for local keyworker housing set to be decided

Liberal Democrat councillors are set to find out if their campaign for local keyworker housing is successful when outline planning permission for the GB1 housing development in Queen Edith’s is considered by the planning committee on Wednesday 3rd February.

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Petersfield Lib Dems oppose St Matthew's Piece development

Petersfield Liberal Democrats are adding their voice to opposition to the new development planned for St Matthew's Piece.

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Cambridge Lib Dems win water conservation scheme approval

Cambridge City Liberal Democrats are celebrating the first successful opposition amendment to the City Council's housing budget in over a decade. 

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Lib Dems propose Council action on water conservation

Cambridge City Council's Liberal Democrat opposition have proposed measures aimed at reducing water consumption across the city’s 7000 council homes in their amendment to next year’s housing budget.

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Cambridge Market set to re-open

Cambridge Liberal Democrats were delighted to learn about Cambridge City Council's aim to reopen Cambridge market on Monday 18th January.

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