Two years of work on a new local plan for East Cambridgeshire was scrapped after district councillors claimed it “disempowered communities”.
Tory controlled East Cambridgeshire District Council will vote on Thursday to throw the proverbial baby out with the bath water and remove its emerging local plan – and two years of scrutiny – from independent examination.
The village of Little Downham commemorated Armistice Day with special poppies made by a local of group of crafters.
A Wisbech councillor described libraries as ‘outdated’ during a debate earlier today on plunging usage figures for computers since charges were introduced.
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.
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.