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March wins vital cash from Combined Authority

March wins vital cash from Combined Authority

March wins vital cash from Combined Authority

March looks set for a 'once-in-a-generation' transformation after the Combined Authority agreed to give crucial extra funding.


Have your say on new community hub for town park

Have your say on new community hub for town park

Have your say on new community hub for town park

People are being asked to have their say on a new £260,000 community hub being planned for a Fenland park.


Council error meant naturist campsite 'had no music licence for 20 years'

Council error meant naturist campsite 'had no music licence for 20 years'

Council error meant naturist campsite 'had no music licence for 20 years'

Officials only discovered the problem following a noise complaint in the area, councillors heard.


Mayor’s rescue bid for Wisbech Access gets full backing from Combined Authority Boar

Mayor’s rescue bid for Wisbech Access gets full backing from Combined Authority Boar

Mayor’s rescue bid for Wisbech Access gets full backing from Combined Authority Boar

Three major transport schemes planned for Wisbech have been given a £1.88 million lifeline by Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority.


Conversion of restaurant to home for up to 18 agricultural workers has been refused

Conversion of restaurant to home for up to 18 agricultural workers has been refused

Conversion of restaurant to home for up to 18 agricultural workers has been refused

Villagers have defeated plans to convert a former eatery into a house of multiple occupation with Fenland's planning committee rejecting the proposal.


Norfolk County Council contact claim on Wisbech burner bid denied

Norfolk County Council contact claim on Wisbech burner bid denied

Norfolk County Council contact claim on Wisbech burner bid denied

Campaigners say they fear Norfolk's waste could be sent to an incinerator half a mile from the county border if it gets the go-ahead.


Mega-incinerator planned for Wisbech offers area 'absolutely no benefits'

Mega-incinerator planned for Wisbech offers area 'absolutely no benefits'

Mega-incinerator planned for Wisbech offers area 'absolutely no benefits'

Fenland’s planning committee have agreed to oppose the building of a mega incinerator after agreeing it offered ‘absolutely no benefits’ to the area.


Write now if you object to Wisbech incinerator plea

Write now if you object to Wisbech incinerator plea

Write now if you object to Wisbech incinerator plea

Campaigners fighting a planned 54megawatt incinerator in Wisbech are urging residents to put pen to paper and object before the deadline this Friday.


Putting compassion, co-operation and community at the heart of reinvented transport masterplan for Cambridgeshire

Putting compassion, co-operation and community at the heart of reinvented transport masterplan for Cambridgeshire

Putting compassion, co-operation and community at the heart of reinvented transport masterplan for Cambridgeshire

Prioritising left behind communities, tackling inequalities and accelerating carbon reduction will be part of a renewed strategy for better transport.


Relief as Cambridgeshire mayor and Combined Authority back Fenland schemes

Relief as Cambridgeshire mayor and Combined Authority back Fenland schemes

Relief as Cambridgeshire mayor and Combined Authority back Fenland schemes

A Fenland councillor said he was "pushing at an open" door when the issue of extra funding for the March High Street project was up for discussion.


£1.8m funding for skills bootcamps to help people in Cambridgeshire into better jobs

£1.8m funding for skills bootcamps to help people in Cambridgeshire into better jobs

£1.8m funding for skills bootcamps to help people in Cambridgeshire into better jobs

New funding of nearly £2million has been given to help hundreds of people gain essential digital skills and help them get better jobs.


Hanging in the balance - two Fenland schemes in jeopardy

Hanging in the balance - two Fenland schemes in jeopardy

Hanging in the balance - two Fenland schemes in jeopardy

Two multi-million pound improvement schemes for Fenland are today hanging in the balance with a question mark over their funding.


Renew credit claims or money may stop, warns HMRC

Renew credit claims or money may stop, warns HMRC

Renew credit claims or money may stop, warns HMRC

More than 300,000 people have less than a week left to renew tax credit claims or they risk payments being stopped, warns HMRC.


Row over motion leads to complaint by March councillor against leader of Cambridgeshire County Council

Row over motion leads to complaint by March councillor against leader of Cambridgeshire County Council

Row over motion leads to complaint by March councillor against leader of Cambridgeshire County Council

The former Tory leader of Cambridgeshire County Council is threatening to report his successor to the standards board following a row over a motio.


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