Lost Cambridge

For those of you interested in Cambridge’s local history…

I run the local history project Lost Cambridge.

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The Kite in Cambridge is an unsuitable site for commercially marketed laboratories

Above – Christ Church Cambridge on Newmarket Road, from Britain from above [EAW013079] in 1948. Most of the buildings to the right of it were demolished to make way for The Grafton Centre. Savills would be far better advised if they worked with the people of Cambridge in deciding the future of The Grafton CentreContinue reading “The Kite in Cambridge is an unsuitable site for commercially marketed laboratories”

Mill Road For People – and the new Cambridge Living Streets survey results

How do you solve the problems of a street like Mill Road? And what did the survey of over 300 people by the new Cambridge branch of what was originally The Pedestrians’ Association have to say? Some of you may have seen the proposals from the https://millroad4people.org/ group. You can also see this account ofContinue reading “Mill Road For People – and the new Cambridge Living Streets survey results”

How skilful is Cambridgeshire?

The Combined Authority’s Skills Committee is due to discuss this 100+ page document under the chairmanship of the new County Council leader, former LibDems MEP Cllr Lucy Nethsingha You can view the papers here. The party-political balance of the Combined Authority means that the Conservatives have a 4-3 majority. (Representatives from Peterborough City, Fenland District,Continue reading “How skilful is Cambridgeshire?”

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