Although it seems like local government has ground to a halt due to the General Election and the constraints of the ‘purdah’ period, a crucial meeting took place on Friday which is important to anyone following the progress of the housing estates planned for both sides of Wort’s Causeway. Continue reading “Potential problems on the horizon for ‘GB1’ development”
We are now just over a week away from the start of the latest major infrastructure project to affect the streets of Queen Edith’s. The works associated with the redesign of Fendon Road roundabout start on 9th September and are set to last for eight months.
This has been a long time in gestation and the chosen design has generated considerable controversy, with competing claims about its safety, particularly for cyclists and pedestrians. I don’t intend to re-hash those arguments here, though I will be watching carefully and crossing my fingers and toes that the most alarming predictions are not proved correct when the roundabout re-opens, supposedly in April 2020. Continue reading “Round and round in circles – the Fendon Road Roundabout Redesign”
You may have spotted today’s announcement that Marshalls are proposing to relocate their operations, leaving their Cambridge Airport site ripe for redevelopment. This has potentially huge implications, both for Cambridge as a whole and for Queen Edith’s. Continue reading “Marshall’s move”
Here’s a copy of my website set up for the 2019 city council election, in which I was thrilled to get 838 votes, beating three of the long-established political parties in Queen Edith’s. Continue reading “My 2019 Election Website”