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Cambridgeshire Towns – did you get what the planners asked for in 1943?

In 1943, members of the Town and Country Planning Association met to debate what towns in England should be like. Arriving recently, I’ve digitised my copy here for you to read. Above – Country towns in the Future England This is of interest to Cambridgeshire because our towns are surrounded by countryside as opposed toContinue reading “Cambridgeshire Towns – did you get what the planners asked for in 1943?”

 The future of Huntingdonshire

The recently-elected Joint Administration for Huntingdonshire District Council is asking for ideas – see https://huntingdonshirefutures.net/ What this post examines is Cambridge’s future in relation to Huntingdonshire, and how to ensure one does not impose on the other, but rather that there’s a shared decision that benefits both. “Now! My ideas for your district are…!” …isContinue reading ” The future of Huntingdonshire”

Greater Cambridge Planning should require developers to refresh their environmental assessments

…assuming they have the legal powers to do so. And if not, it should be something ministers should be putting into their planning bill along with measures to enable councils to cover their expenses on running a town planning function so they can match private sector salaries. TL/DR? I’ve refreshed the relevant blogpost and linksContinue reading “Greater Cambridge Planning should require developers to refresh their environmental assessments”