Planning may be costly
THE reported intimidation denial by Fenland District Council over planning regulations could become a costly venture for the taxpayers. The council had residential development plans for the Chatteris Glebe Close area dashed by its own planning committee b
THE reported intimidation denial by Fenland District Council over planning regulations could become a costly venture for the taxpayers.
The council had residential development plans for the Chatteris Glebe Close area dashed by its own planning committee because of the lack of parking space. Will intimidation revoke that refusal?
A healthy lifestyle is being encouraged by the market town leisure facilities after installing covered cycle racks, also helping to reduce traffic in the towns.
Over the years Fenland Council has put the development of the Chatteris leisure facility on the back burner. Does it envisage the Chatteris people cycling to March or Whittlesey when they want to use such facilities?
I do congratulate and thank the council for its efforts to get the bus pass situation resolved, allowing the elderly and disabled to have free travel throughout Cambridgeshire.
- 1 Thousands descend on Chatteris as town lights up for Christmas
- 2 Princess Eugenie comes to town in bid to tackle modern slavery
- 3 Stolen caravans discovered on village site to relief of owners
- 4 Children among suspected hare coursers stopped in the Fens
- 5 Fens business park goes to auction - for up to £700,000
- 6 Pedestrian killed crossing road
- 7 Former army major sentenced after pillion rider dies in motorcycle crash
- 8 Wayne officially opens doors to DOORBRITE showroom
- 9 Check before you travel ahead of major upgrade, commuters warned
- 10 East Cambs Council bins green waste collections for seven weeks