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Fence removal in Cambridge News

Read about the fence removal in Cambridge News

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330m of barbed wire removed

The Friends are celebrating the removal of over 330m of barbed wire fence on the common.  The fencing was a serious hazard to dogs and walkers on the common and probably dated from a 1980s City Council grant for tree … Continue reading

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Response to Cost Benefit Analysis for Chesterton Bridge FOI 7177

The following comments are based on the Cost Benefit Analysis for Chesterton Bridge  and released under FOI 7177 made by Chris Smith on 14/11/16.  The report is dated 6/10/16 conducted by WYG in October 2016. This has not been listed … Continue reading

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Sophie’s video on Chisholm Trail route choice

A very nice and concisely put case as to why the present route choice is the worst one available :  ( She is so polite. )

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Cambridge Cycling Campaign don’t like our right to petition

We have a new petition online, which asks for the City council to more carefuly consider the application for the northern Chisholm Trail. Find our more and sign it here. The reason why – heavy environmental impacts and near absence … Continue reading

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Planning response C/5007/16/CC cycleway from Coldhams Lane to River Cam

The following is our response as made on 7/10/16.

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Additional comments on Abbey Chesterton Bridge

We have added some more comments about the bridge on landscape and archaeology.

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