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Plans to create new car parks at Manea and Whittlesea railway stations have moved ahead with the appointment of a specialist contractor to develop the schemes.
Ahead of the next week’s meeting of the Combined Authority’s Transport and Infrastructure Committee, Mayor James Palmer met the rail minister, Chris Heaton-Harris MP, to discuss the case for reconnecting Wisbech to the rail network.
Mayor James Palmer has said findings which show the Greater Cambridge Partnership’s current Cambourne to Cambridge (C2C) busway scheme does not align with plans for the Cambridgeshire Autonomous Metro (CAM) is more evidence of the need for a joined-up approach.
In response to the Prime Minister's speech on rebuilding Britain, Mayor James Palmer tells Boris Johnson that there is no better region to realise this opportunity than Cambridgeshire & Peterborough.
Thanks to a ‘virtual road-trip’ which went live this week, people can have their say on the shortlist of options being considered to improve the Ely-Cambridge stretch of the A10, despite Covid-19 safeguards restricting public gatherings.
Today Members of Huntingdonshire District Council, Cambridgeshire County Council and representative Ward Members on the A141 and St Ives Steering Group were presented with the findings of the emerging results of work completed by Cambridgeshire County Council who have been working on options for the A141 including the controversial proposal for a Huntingdon Third River Crossing.
The unique Illumina Accelerator Cambridge, in partnership with the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority, led by Mayor James Palmer, has welcomed several new start-ups to the first funding cycle of the Cambridge-based business accelerator.
The Mayoral Combined Authority has today revealed it will be providing 296 additional affordable homes across Fenland, Peterborough and Huntingdon, taking the Authority over three quarters of the way towards delivering on its promise to build 2,000 new affordable homes by 2022.