Residents who claim an extension to a concrete plant in Littleport will make it five times the size of Ely leisure village criticised a new report that says it will not make “a perceptible difference” to the view.
Dozens of jobs are up for grabs across Fenland and East Cambridgeshire as nationally unemployment is at its lowest rate in more than 40 years.
A bank – jointly owned by Trinity Hall, Cambridge, and the Cambridgeshire Local Government Pension Fund – has lent £1 million to two entrepreneurs to re-develop a Scottish castle.
Turners of Soham believe they have the capacity and ability to make the best of Britain’s exit from Europe.
A law firm in Peterborough has raised more than £5,000 for charity this year after taking part in a will-writing campaign.
Bosses from East Cambridgeshire District Council visited the headquarters of a fresh salad and vegetable provider to have a tour of their facilities.
“Social enterprise is about doing good business - where every pound spent improves someone’s life” was the theme of Big Issue founder Lord Bird during an address to business leaders in Ely.
One of Mark’s and Spencers top bosses for more than 20 years will be speaking at Ely’s Celebration of Business event.
Insolvency specialists Grant Thornton has posted an update on their attempts to unravel the affairs of an Ely company that went bust a year ago with multi million pound debts and nearly 300 creditors.