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  • Redevelopment proposed for land south of Coldham's Lane

    Created by Matthew // 1 thread

    http://www.cambridgeindependent.co.uk/news/cambridge/community-asked-to-help-shape-area-of-major-change-in-cambridge-1-5762043

    Developer Anderson Group is hosting a community planning weekend later this month to give residents the chance to draw up a masterplan for land south of Coldhams Lane.

    “It’s about building good quality houses in good quality communities,” the company’s Christian Criscione told the Cambridge Independent ahead of a launch of the project on Tuesday (October 30).

    The former quarry and landfill site includes the Cherry Hinton lakes and land parcels to the north of the railway line.

    It has been identified by Cambridge City Council as an “area of major change” and the authority has been actively promoting the land for regeneration with “appropriate redevelopment”.

    As well as built development such as housing, the council has expressed ideas including the opening of the lakes, environmental improvements, outdoor recreation areas and a new urban country park.

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  • South Area Committee Meetings

    Created by Roxanne (Cycling Campaign Officer) // 4 threads

    Area Committees are a joint meeting attended by both city and county councillors. They decide on planning issues in the area, but also have a role in the allocation of community development money from S106 contributions. They offer an opportunity to engage with multiple councillors at once, through the Open Forum section and speaking on specific Agenda items. The South Area's website is here: https://www.cambridge.gov.uk/south-area-committee

    Speaking at these meetings is a good way of making your feelings on matters the councils control public.

    The South Area Committee covers Cherry Hinton, Queen Edith's and Trumpington wards.

    If you live in one of these wards you have the opportunity of getting involved in the committee's work and giving your views and ideas about how to improve community life.

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