Council Elections

Meet the candidates for our next Queen Edith’s City Councillor 26th April at 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm - Free The Queen Edith’s Community Forum is holding its fourth council “hustings” event, this time for the city council election on May 4th. All residents of the area are welcome to come along and hear the candidates present … Continue reading Council Elections

Demolition of 291 Hills Road

Demolition of 291 Hills Road – Gibson Developments and promoter Carter Jonas have submitted a revised application See Hills Road and Queen Edith’s Way report https://hillsroadra.files.wordpress.com/2018/03/hrara-qewra-objections-to-amended-planning-application-291-hills-road.pdf pp 50- 60 Note impact on traffic congestion, noise and air pollution on a major city road integral to the city's prosperity  and the region’s main hospital and BioMedical Campus … Continue reading Demolition of 291 Hills Road

Cambridge South East Transport Consultation *NEW DATE*

Please note that the submission date for comments has been extended to April 9, because the snow delayed delivery of the brochures. For more detail, see the March 4 post. Cambridge South East Transport Consultation (formerly A1307, Three Campuses to Cambridge) launched 9 Feb Comments April 9 https://www.greatercambridge.org.uk/transport/transport-projects/cambridge_south_east_study/ Find out more information at the drop in public … Continue reading Cambridge South East Transport Consultation *NEW DATE*

FeCRA AGM Event, Friday 20 April, 6.30 – 8.30 pm

Save the date FeCRA AGM Event, Friday 20 April, 6.30 – 8.30 pm at the Perse School, Hills Road. Making a Green City: What can Cambridge Learn from Bristol?  Speaker - George Ferguson, First elected Independent Mayor of Bristol City visionary, former architect (chair of RiBA) and entrepreneur. The Sunday Times has described Bristol ‘as the best place … Continue reading FeCRA AGM Event, Friday 20 April, 6.30 – 8.30 pm