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Amey Incinerator

The Parish Council has learned that Amey is to appeal against the refusal of the Cambridgeshire County Council planning committee grant permission for an Energy from Waste facility at Waterbeach Waste Management Park. There are are no firm details available yet, but we will keep residents updated when we have further information. Meanwhile guidance about the process can be found here.

Once an Inspector has been assigned and the appeal registered, the Planning Inspectorate will write to the Cambridgeshire County Council as the Waste Planning Authority, who in turn will contact all those individuals and organisations who made representation on the planning application, advising them how they can participate in the appeal process. In due course, details of the appeal will appear on the Planning inspectorate web site   (19/03/19)

 

Planning Committee 19 March 2019

The next meeting is on Tuesday 19 March at 7.30pm in the Old Pavilion. The agenda can be seen here  (14/03/19)

 

A chance to have your say on Policing priorities in South Cambridgeshire

South Cambridgeshire Police want to know your thoughts on policing in the area. They have launched a Questionnaire and will use the results from this survey in monthly meetings where they grade and direct their priorities.

This is your opportunity to influence policing in the your local area, bearing in mind that their remit also covers issues such as parking and anti-social behaviour. It takes on average 6 minutes to complete and will provide them with a framework to ensure that they are fully sighted on what our communities want.

Click on this link to access the questionnaire.  (13/03/19)

 

Storm Gareth - Message from UK Power Networks

UK Power Networks has extra staff on hand to deal with the impact of Storm Gareth. Call 105 to report a power cut and visit this dedicated webpage or message @UKPowerNetworks on Twitter. #stormgareth #ukpnnews

Do you, or someone you know, need extra support during a power cut? Click here for more information. #stormgareth #ukpnnews  (13/03/19)

 

Message from South Cambs District Council re Adoption of the Supplementary Planning Document for Waterbeach New Town

The Waterbeach New Town Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) was adopted by South Cambridgeshire District Council on 6 February 2019. It has been prepared to assist in delivering the objectives as set out in Policy SS/6: Waterbeach New Town of the adopted South Cambridgeshire Local Plan.

The adopted SPD is on this SCDC webpage together with a number of technical supporting documents including statement consultation which provides detailed record the undertaken during process preparing spd, outcome consultation, main issues arising and how spd was changed in response.

The formal adoption statement here provides further information on the adoption procedure including legal right to challenge it.

Please contact the Greater Cambridge Shared Planning Policy team on 713183 or if you have any questions about this message.  (04/03/19)

 

Council meeting Tuesday 5 March 2019

The Council is meeting at 7.30pm in the Old Pavilion on the Recreation Ground. Before the meeting at 7pm officers from the County Council will give an update on work to find a new home for the Waterbeach Toddler Playgroup.

The agenda can be seen on the village noticeboards and will be posted online shortly.  (28/02/19)

 

Out-of-Parish consultations

We have been notified about two consultations affecting Cambridgeshire

  • Cambridge City Council and South Cambridgeshire District Council have jointly prepared a North East Cambridge Area Action Plan (NECAAP). They have opened a consultation to gather views about opportunities for the development of the area west of Cambridge North Rail Station and Cambridge Science Park.For more details click here. The closing date for responses is 25 March.

  • The Government has set up established a non-departmental public arms-length body to deliver a railway connecting Oxford and Cambridge. The East West Rail Co has started a non-statutory public consultation seeking views on their five different Route Options (A to E) for the Bedford to Cambridge section of the railway line. Further details can be found here. The closing date for responses is 11 March.  (18/02/19)

     

  • Planning Committee Tuesday 19 Februaey 2019 at 7.30pm

    The agenda for next week's Planning Committee can be seen here . The meeting starts at 7.30 pom in the Old Pavilion on the Recreation Ground.  (14/02/19)

     

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