At last, the government is showing its caring side.
Council leader Charles Roberts told Transport Secretary Chris Grayling today that he welcomed improvements to Ely North junction but he would continue to “fight the corner” of Queen Adelaide residents fearful of barrier closures.
Stephen Ripley has told East Cambs planners his business could be threatened if he is forced to remove three mobile homes that house up to 15 eastern European workers.
A former chicken hatchery at Soham – on the market for £750,000 – and that once produced up to 20 million chicks a year could switch to rearing pheasants.
A man refused permission to build retirement log cabin homes for him and his best friend claims information he passed to planning officers was not given to councillors who threw out his application.
Mayor James Palmer indicated he favoured greater influence and powers for district councils and the possible abolition of Cambridgeshire County Council.
An outdoor activity centre that closed following an arson attack is looking for a new tenant to take it over.
The team behind the conversion of Tower Mill in Little Downham is heading to London after being short listed for a national award.
Sam Hoy remains a county councillor having won a return in a by election and consolidated it with a massive majority in Wisbech East.
The only guaranteed result from the eight divisions of East Cambs in next month’s county council elections is that it will become a UKIP free zone.
It was with great sadness that I heard that Mepal Outdoor Centre has closed and the site handed
over to East Cambs District Council.