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Amey Incinerator - WPC comments to the Planning Inspector

The Parish Council has submitted additional comments to the Planning Inspector who will be considering the appeal from Amey against the refusal of Cambridgeshire County Council to approve the planning application. They can be seen here.

The appeal is due to begin on 5 November.  (21/05/19)


Planning Committee - Tuesday 21 May at 7.30pm

The agenda for the Planning Committee has now been published and can be accessed here. The meeting will be in the Old Pavilion on the Recreation Ground.  (16/05/19)


Extra Council meeting - Tuesday May 14th at 7pm

The Council is meeting at the earlier time of 7pm on May 14th where the main agenda item is to discuss if it wants to participate in the appeal process by adding/amending to the comments it has already made on the Amey Incinerator application.

The appeal has been submitted by Amey on the refusal of Cambridgeshire County Council to grant permission for an Energy from Waste facility at Waterbeach Waste Management Park. The case will be heard by an Inspector assigned by the Government's Planning Inspectorate.

The agenda can be seen here.  (09/05/19)


Overnight road closures on the B1047 (Horningsea-Fen Ditton)

The Greater Cambridge Partnership has published details of forthcoming overnight closures to this road in the week commencing 13 May. You can see the details here .  (08/05/19)


Council meeting Tuesday 7 May 2019

The Council is meeting on Tuesday 7 May at 7.30pm in The Old Pavilion on the Recreation Ground. The agenda can be accessed here  (01/05/19)


Finance Committee - Tuesday 30 April 2019

The Finance Committee is meeting on Tuesday 30 April at 7.30pm in the Old Pavilion. The agenda can be accessed here  (25/04/19)


Annual Parish Meeting - Wednesday 1st May at 7.30pm

The Annual Parish meeting of Waterbeach residents will be in the Baptist Church, Chapel Street on Wednesday 1st May commencing at 7.30pm. You can see the agenda for it here . At the meeting we also plan to collect your ideas on some of the issues we have already flagged up. These include highway improvements and ideas for sports/play/indoor community capital projects. This information will help the Parish Council when it comes to discuss how to use what funding it has available for such schemes.  (16/04/19)


Parking concerns and requests for yellow lines

The Parish Council has received a number of requests for new yellow lines to be installed at various locations in the village to deter dangerous or inconsiderate parking. Do you have areas you would like it to consider?

If yes then please email the Parish Office ( ), using the word PARKING in the email title. All suggestions will need to be considered in terms of cost, potential effectiveness and deliverability, and we will also consult County Highways officers on technical and safety aspects, as well the local police.  (15/04/19)


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