A holiday lodge operator which looks after eight holiday parks - including one in Ely - has left investors millions of pounds out of pocket despite promising investors a “guaranteed return”.
As Ely celebrates its successful markets, in Cambridge a “tourist tax” has been suggested to help rejuvenate Cambridge’s historic market square as councillors, traders, and residents discuss ways to make the area better.
More than a year after he moved into his county council farm, deputy council leader Roger Hickford continues to enjoy a reduced rent whilst preparation for work on his new home is under way.
Do companies do enough to keep their staff with workplace perks like pilates? Peter Sharkey investigates.
Work has stopped on filling Saxon Pit, Whittlesey – that in places is up to 27 feet deep – following evidence of a “large scale problem” of illegal waste being deposited there.
Over 30 questions have been put to Cambridgeshire County Council as part of our investigation into how the deputy leader of the council Roger Hickford acquired the tenancy of a county council farm.
The mid-week market in March has plunged in popularity, says a report to Fenland District Council.
Gold’s appeal remains undimmed in 2019, says finance expert Peter Sharkey
Calculating your ‘Number’ makes enormous financial sense says Peter Sharkey.