Even as human tragedies and triumphs unfold in the real world, the planning system continues to grind on. Applications for the two large housing developments on Wort’s Causeway are now under consideration.
Continue reading “Worts Causeway: Don’t let the tail wag the dog”
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”
In an ideal world we would all have relationships in our lives which would bring us the benefits of bonding, bridging and linking networks – but sometimes bringing people together requires a bit of help, in terms of infrastructure or opportunity. In Queen Edith’s we have examples of where this is working well and making a difference; but also where unnecessary obstacles are getting in the way. Continue reading “Bridging, bonding, linking”
Many local residents went along to the engagement event held last week by the developer of the GB2 ‘Newbury Farm’ site (Wort’s Causeway) and several of you have subsequently been in touch to give me your thoughts. One big concern is about where the children who will live on that site (and GB1 too, when it is developed) will go to school. Continue reading “Where will the children of GB1 and GB2 go to school?”
We have heard from This Land, the developer of the GB2 housing development site between Wort’s Causeway and Babraham Road, that they will be holding a drop-in community engagement event about their proposals on Tuesday 14th and Wednesday 15th May, 4pm-8pm, at Netherhall Sports Centre on Queen Edith’s Way. Continue reading “Let’s have our say on the ‘GB2’ housing development site”