A community arts group has been awarded a grant of more than £80,000 to transform a derelict mill in Soham into a cultural hub.
More than 1000 jobs could be created as part of a community development in Kennett as plans have been lodged for 500 new homes, a care home, business park, new station car park and village square.
The framework for how up to £40 million of loan funding will be used to support an innovative way of delivering affordable housing in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough has taken a step forward.
A new campaign to encourage the protection of hedgehogs and swifts across East Cambridgeshire has been launched by council bosses.
Passengers in East Cambs using a cab after a night out will be hit by a “significant increase” in fares as drivers are set to hike charges between 11pm and 3am.
A group of travellers persuaded by police and council officials to move from Ely – twice in 24 hours – tonight arrived in Littleport.
LICENSING ACT 2003 Notice is hereby given that Cambridge Food & Wine Ltd has on 31 May 2018 applied to East Cambridgeshire District Council for a variation of a premises licence for Ely Food Station Ely Railway Station Station Road Ely CB7 4BS.
Refurbishment of historic Spencer Mill, Soham, to become a community arts centre for Viva could become a reality if funding is found and planning consent is given.
Around 100 houses will be built on a field in Fordham following a successful appeal by Gladman Developments against East Cambridgeshire District Council’s refusal of planning permission.
Two GP surgeries, an arts centre, a museum and a recreation ground have passed a critical stage in getting a share of £1.3m from East Cambridgeshire District Council.
Former councillor Andrew Wright has been made an honorary alderman of East Cambridgeshire District Council to recognise his long service and “outstanding achievement”.
Police in Ely maintained their zero policy on begging by reporting a man in the city centre.
There are less than six weeks left before the Ely Hero Awards celebrate the best our city has to offer - so we caught up with some of those nominated.
A purge to clean up the mess left by fly-tippers has uncovered what East Cambridgeshire District Council is calling their “biggest and most shocking” find to date.
It may not be quite of the standard purists anticipated and some facilities first envisaged got ditched along the way.
Two free 30 minute parking spaces have been saved in Market Street in Ely as council bosses overturned a proposal which would have seen the spaces lost as part of taxi rank improvements.
A new Co-op store creating around 40 jobs alongside a takeaway shop has been given the go ahead to be built in Sutton despite traffic and safety concerns.
The Innovation Award is one of the most popular categories in the Ely Business Awards – entrants must show how they have introduced new ideas, techniques and technology into their business.
An East Cambridgeshire councillor has criticised plans to ‘purge on plastic’, saying that the proposed time is anything but ambitious.
An office block close the centre of Ely – that houses local MP Lucy Frazer – could be turned into 23 one and two bedroom flats.
Voters took to the polls for the Little Downham by-election as Richard Alan Maxey and Dale Roger Parson were confirmed as new parish councillors.
The Hive, East Cambridgeshire’s new leisure centre, is to open its doors two weeks early - with an official civic opening on May 11.
Improvements and upgrades to play areas in Ely will be carried out when council funds become available.
Mayor James Palmer believes the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority’s agreement of a £6.5 million loan to deliver 54 homes at Haddenham is a winning formula.
A bid to demolish a 200 year-old former care home and replace it with nine luxury flats is before East Cambridgeshire District Council.
Community groups are hoping to win back the right to run a massive firework display in Ely after a private firm ran it last year.
The 2018 Ely Business Awards are fast approaching, so here’s everything you will need to start making your decision on who to vote for.
Council bosses hope to reach their target of getting 60 per cent of households in East Cambs to recycle by supplying more blue bins.
A multi-million pound business selling crickets, locusts, worms, snakes and tortoises has moved near Mepal and will be creating up to 50 jobs, it has been confirmed.
A spotlight on apprenticeships for young people for the future was the message from business and public sector leaders who took part in a special event to encourage people to learn and work.