The North Area includes Arbury, East and West Chesterton, and Kings Hedges, and has an active Lib Dem team. See our blog below for what we've been doing for your area recently!
An update on https://www.cambridgelibdems.org.uk/chesterton_local_highways_bids_2020 : read on for the long list of suggested ideas, along with my criteria for deciding which five will go forward to the next stage.
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.Read more
I met with the project team recently; they will be updating the official page soon, but until then read on for updates...Read more
Five Trees is a small, but much loved green area between Fen Road, Cam Causeway, Cheney Way and Lents Way, shown in
the map on the right. The north of the city and East Chesterton, in particular, are lacking in green space and none should be lost!
We want to ensure it is protected from any threat of being built on by thinking about ways we can further improve the space - and we want to know what you think!Read more
Funding opportunity! "S106 funding" (the name comes from the section of the act it refers to) is available for public open spaces and parks in (or near) the Chesterton wards, and for community spaces (eg places like Brownsfield Youth Centre).Read more
Some good news - Drain repairs, Speed hump repairs and making the High Street mini round about safer
I’m pleased to give you three pieces of good news; I’ve secured funding for some local improvements in Chesterton.Read more
There are low level (from social media monitoring) suggestions that there could be a gathering on Midsummer Common on Saturday to mark the occasion that would have been Midsummer Fair.
To be clear: the information above came from the Police, no Councillors or Lib Dems have done any monitoring of people's social media[/edit]
Cllr Ian Manning has been in contact with the Police, City and County Councils about this.
Read on for details of when the works will happen, and an FAQ on the works.
The latest schedule, which will be refreshed regularly, hopefully once a week here, is: City Fibre timetable
(we had a Public meeting at The Waterman pub, rear shed, 1800-2000 on 2020-01-30 (6pm-8pm on the 30th January) with representatives from City Fibre present, and potentially could organise another if needed).Read more