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Mayor hopeful for Cambridgeshire-Boston trade agreement following US Mayors Conference

9 February 2018

Mayor Palmer with the Mayor of Fort Worth, Betsy Price

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Funding for two major projects welcomed

1 February 2018

Almost £11 million will be invested in the local area to unlock vital housing sites thanks to new Government funding.

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Cambridge autonomous metro moves one step further

31 January 2018

Cambridgeshire is one step closer to having an autonomous metro system now that the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority have given the go ahead for the next stage of development at today's Board meeting.

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St Neots Masterplan Working Group gets to work

23 January 2018

St Neots deserves more, can do more and could benefit from £5.8million pounds of new investment!

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Mayor to represent region on the international stage

18 January 2018

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough’s Mayor, James Palmer, will be representing the region at a new international Mayoral conference in America next week, aimed at deepening links between local elected officials in the US and the UK, and expanding trade and investment between British and American cities.

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Homes England launched by Housing Secretary at Alconbury

11 January 2018

A new national housing agency – Homes England – has today (11 January 2018) been launched by Housing Secretary Sajid Javid as one of the key steps towards delivering the homes the country needs.

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Transport Secretary visits Queen Adelaide to discuss proposed works to Ely North junction

11 January 2018

Today (11/01/2017) the Secretary of State for Transport, the Rt Hon Chris Grayling MP, visited Queen Adelaide to discuss the proposed works to Ely North junction.The busy junction sees five railway lines intersect to connect Norwich and King's Lynn to Cambridge, Cambridge to London and Ipswich to the Midlands.

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Have your say on the Combined Authority's draft budget

9 January 2018

The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority (CPCA) is asking for comments from residents on their draft budget for 2018/2019.

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Further comments from Mayor on A10 report

8 January 2018

Following the publication of the A10 report, Mayor Palmer said:

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Major review of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough economy launched today

8 January 2018

An independent economic commission, chaired by Dame Kate Barker and including other prominent experts in the fields of business, academia and economics, will undertake a major review of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough economy.

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