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October 2018 report

by Hazel Smith on 30 September, 2018

District Councillors Report – October 2018 – Hazel Smith Police Panel There were a number of “interesting” points from the Police Panel meeting with the Police and Crime Commissioner on 11th September: If you did not know – and I didn’t – the threat to close the Cambridge Magistrates Court has gone way for the […]

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September 2018 report

by Hazel Smith on 30 September, 2018

District Councillors Report – September 2018 – Hazel Smith It has been a busy summer for me, with no let up in meetings or press coverage of Housing matters at South Cambs. Bus improvement group I went to a meeting at Clay Farm where the Greater Cambridge Partnership’s transport officer Peter Blake gave a presentation […]

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July 2018 report

by Hazel Smith on 30 September, 2018

District Councillors Report – July 2018 – Hazel Smith Amey Liaison forum The forum discussed the reporting of air quality ‘incidents’: Amey was merely counting the number of complaints in each month, and showing it was a bit better than last year. Our new councillor from Cottenham pointed out that a little more detail would […]

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District Councillor reports for June 2018

by Hazel Smith on 6 June, 2018

Joint District Councillors Report – June 2018 Judith Rippeth I feel both honoured and privileged to be representing you as one of your district councillors in this new multi member ward. As I mentioned at the Waterbeach APCM I am currently on a steep learning curve and I promise to work hard for the ward. […]

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Elation at the local election count

by Hazel Smith on 25 May, 2018

I know some of you will have followed the election result as it unfolded – it was quite a day. We were behind the Conservatives in numbers of seats for a little while, then drew ahead, then by midday it was clear we would be into no-overall-control territory, and after a bit we just won […]

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Hazel’s report April 2018

by Hazel Smith on 11 April, 2018

Not many meetings have happened at SCDC this month: everyone is hunkering down into election mode. Waterbeach Community Forum had its first meeting on 14th, taking over from the Joint Parishes Meeting that Anna had started. This was quite a useful information-sharing event: there was no stunning news on the A10 study, just confirmation that […]

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Anna’s reports for March 2018

by Hazel Smith on 2 March, 2018

County Councillor’s Report for Parishes – March 2018 – Anna Bradnam for Milton, Landbeach, Waterbeach, Chittering, Horningsea and Fen Ditton Council Tax The County Council voted to increase Council Tax by 2.99% on top of the 2% increase for Adult Social Care. This will raise nearly £8 million. All parties agreed the increase and that […]

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Hazel’s report March 2018

by Hazel Smith on 2 March, 2018

District Councillors Report – March 2018 – Hazel Smith Chisholm Trail and Abbey-Chesterton Bridge We are told that the collapse of Carillion will not jeopardise the timetable and plans for the bridge. Incinerator planning application at Amey The meeting in Waterbeach on Monday 29th was unsatisfactory. Many questions were raised and the answers from Amey […]

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County Councillor’s Report for Parishes – January 2018 – Anna Bradnam for Milton, Landbeach, Waterbeach, Chittering, Horningsea and Fen Ditton Cambridgeshire County Council aims to make savings in 2018-19 of £35 million on top of the £215 million saved since 2011. The ruling group have asked the Officers to deliver services more cheaply, without having […]

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Hazel’s report to Milton parish Feb 2018

by Hazel Smith on 7 February, 2018

Chesterton Fen – S101A application I sent in the residents petition with an application for a sewage connection, in January. Anglian Water are expected to refuse this again as the guidance has not changed since last time. Then we will mount an appeal to the Environment Agency, and hope to get the guidance changed. Chisholm […]

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