There’s an old owl in town….
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Why? To inform residents and the public of what was proposed previously, and compare what was in the plans versus what we actually got. Earlier in the Cambridgeshire Collection I looked at some of local plan documents from previous eras the 1970s-1990s. I made a short video so as to encourage people to visit theContinue reading “Local councils should digitise and make easily available recent past and historic local plans”
Just over six years ago, newly-elected Cllr Anna Smith (Lab – Coleridge, previously Romsey) made her first speech in the council chamber following the 2015 City Council elections. Last night her fellow councillors elected her to lead the Labour group – and thus the city council in succession to Cllr Lewis Herbert (also Lab –Continue reading “We have a new leader at the Guildhall”
Extended projects for further education students in/around Cambridge on social & civic issues – and local history
Cambridgeshire County Council set a precedent in 1998 with their classroom materials for schools and colleges on the future of Cambridge. I found the materials in the Cambridgeshire Collection. They were woeful. By today’s standards. “Cambridge has an international reputation for quality, for style, and for civilised values.” Cambridge Local Plan 1996. I think mostContinue reading “Extended projects for further education students in/around Cambridge on social & civic issues – and local history”