A “long journey” for Haddenham councillor Bill Hunt is over as work has begun on installing a new pedestrian crossing in the village.
Commuters will benefit from a new 128-space car park near Ely train station which was opened to residents today.
Ely gets a new car park from Monday – with space for 128 vehicles – and ideally placed for commuters heading to London from the rail station.
Work to add more than 70 new parking spaces at Littleport railway station has begun.
A cash boost of £400,000 from East Cambridgeshire District Council will be agreed next week to ensure an early start to extending the car park at Littleport station.
Mayor James Palmer cited an “exemplar” design -plus a failure by East Cambs Council of which he was until recently the leader to show a five year supply of land - to build a new home in Soham.
A decision on whether to turn two short stay public parking spaces in Ely into a taxi rank has been delayed until July.
A taxi driver is angry that councillors are not supporting an idea for two extra parking ranks in the city centre despite firms reporting a lack of pick up and drop off points.
Cambridgeshire County Council election day 2017 shall be remembered as the day in which the Conservatives swept the county – and it was no different in East Cambridgeshire.
Conservative candidate Bill Hunt has held his seat for the Soham South and Haddenham division.
People are being urged to use it or lose it with the village to city centre Zipper bus service.
As a former ward councillor for Haddenham, I was pleased to see that a much needed crossing for pedestrians is finally to be constructed.
Councillors rejected a call to extend discounts to landlords with empty houses but have promised to consider it again later in the year.
A divided village, which is a busy cut through for commuters, is to get a much wanted £125,000 pedestrian crossing.
A 12 acre touring caravan park at Burwell has been acquired by Turners Britannia Parks Ltd – owned by Paul and Winifred Day- and is to become a permanent base for 81 mobile homes.
A resident has warned that allowing two homes to be built in a field on the outskirts of Fordham would allow a “precedent to be established” for developing the entire site.