By an overwhelming majority the planning committee of Cambridgeshire County Council has rejected plans for an energy from waste plant at Waterbeach.
The Environment Agency (EA) has warned of “ongoing and significant pollution” of a stretch of the River Great Ouse in Cambridgeshire.
An injured seal spotted on the Great River Ouse has been tracked down and treated.
A skip hire operator who ran an illegally licensed site at Waterbeach has been handed a suspended prison sentence and ordered to pay £5,600 in costs.
There are “grave reservations” about a planned new waste incinerator after it emerged the company hoping to build and run it has breached environmental permits at other sites across the country.
A woman and her two dogs were rescued from a vehicle after it got stuck in flood water.
The first pictures have emerged revealing the sheer size of construction at Ely’s Southern Bypass.
Specialist contractors have been brought in by Fenland District Council to eradicate Britain’s most invasive plant from its land and help stop it spreading.
Dozens of motorists tried to cross the flooded A1101 Welney Wash Road after no action was taken to close it as highways bosses failed to pick up a warning from the Environment Agency (EA).
A campaign group is set to ask the Secretary of State to intervene in a long-running saga against plans to extend a factory on farmland in Littleport.
More than 1,000 homes could be at risk in the Fens following a billion pound flood management scheme, councillors have warned.
Amey is claiming community support for its proposals to build a £200 million energy-from-waste plant on a 12 acre site at Waterbeach.
Widespread community support – including the backing of a district councillor- failed to persuade Fenland planners and now the Planning Inspect to allow a gypsy family to replace caravans with bricks and mortar.
Two lanes of the A14 east bound near Exning, Newmarket, were closed off earlier today when a tanker crashed, came off the road, and sent diesel spilling out onto the roadside.
Fenland District Council has released a comprehensive guide to help homeowners identify, control and dispose of Britain’s most invasive plant – Japanese Knotweed.
Key rivers in the district are under of being “overrun” by the invasive plant floating pennywort, a boatyard operator has warned.