Council freeze fees for second year in a row
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East Cambridgeshire District Council have frozen prices on many services for a second year in a row.
A weekly pitch charge at Ely’s Saturday market will remain at £1.85, the same as in 2012-13.
Some fees will rise. Car parking at Angel Drove in Ely will rise from £3 to £4 per hour or from £506 to £673 for an annual ticket.
Prices have also increased to visit both Ely Museum and Oliver Cromwell’s house.
New fees have been brought in for the council’s planning application advice.
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The council now provide optional building control advice.
Nevertheless fees for existing services within planning applications have not increased.
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