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

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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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Disappointment at Labour's Refugee Resettlement Rebuff

Liberal Democrat councillors admitted disappointment at the failure of Cambridge City Council to agree a new target for resettling refugees under a new government-funded programme. (Pictured: Cambridge Lib Dems Deputy Group Leader Cllr Cheney Payne).

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Castle News: Update from your Lib Dem City Councillors

Information from your Lib Dem City Councillors – July 2020


We hope you are all well and safe. Given the Covid-19 restrictions, we have not been able to speak to you or update you as much as we would have liked over the last few months, so please forgive the density of this update!

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Castle News: Update from your Lib Dem City Councillors

Information from your Lib Dem City Councillors – July 2020

We hope you are all well and safe.  Given the Covid-19 restrictions, we have not been able to speak to you or update you as much as we would have liked over the last few months, so please forgive the density of this update! 

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Don't delay climate change measures in council mini-budget!

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At today's meeting of Cambridge City Council, Liberal Democrat councillors are fighting to retain measures which address the climate change and biodiversity crises in the council’s proposed emergency budget. (Pictured: Cllrs Tim Bick, Anthony Martinelli and Katie Porrer on Parker's Piece).

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