Queen Edith’s City Council Election Preview 2018

There are plenty of people on social media suggesting that we should vote on national issues, such as Brexit, to indicate our support or otherwise for the government. Please don’t do this. Local elections are about local authority services, and Queen Edith’s needs great councillors to stand up for our area. Here’s my summary of the choice we face in next week’s city council election.

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Is A Busway To Queen Edith’s Coming Down The Road?

The authorities reckon they can solve congestion coming into Queen Edith’s by building a new Park & Ride, right out at the A11, the other side of Babraham, then creating a bus service from there which will be good enough to get people out of their cars. This will have a big impact on us for many years to come, but they’ve only given us a few weeks to work out what it all means and have our say. Here’s everything I know, and what we can all do.

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How to have your say on the latest Cambridge Local Plan changes

This may be of interest to you if you’re of strong constitution when it comes to reading administrative documentation, and are concerned about subjects including the Wort’s Causeway development, cycle parking, on-street deliveries, tall buildings, parking stress, traveller sites, student accommodation, access to the railway station, and more. Grab a coffee and read on.

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