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Posts Tagged: Cambridgeshire
We are boosting training opportunities for young people whose employment prospects are at risk due to the coronavirus.
Emissions from cars are 50 per cent above the national average in Cambridgeshire. We need to boost alternatives to ease congestion.
The discount will be passed on to future buyers, helping more people onto the property ladder.
A candidate for Police and Crime Commissioner for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough is to be chosen on Friday.
The previously centralised direction of spending was unimaginative and bureaucratic. Funding went into leisure courses.
Remember where we are; remember what has come down to us. Our unique heritage is there to be opened up.
We must drive this project forward. It is a vital piece of infrastructure which could allow a million new homes to be built. But we need to sort out the route.
My experience in Ely has shown me that it can be done – with tenacity, optimism and the broadest possible local backing.
My plan not only involves bringing offenders to justice but also deterring them from reoffending.
James Palmer: Cambridgeshire is well placed to benefit from the broader international trade that Brexit will offer
Metro Mayors can play a crucial role – but a Government cave-in on leaving the customs union risks missing the potential of the global economy.
The key issue was planning, and our fate was sealed before the first leaflet was delivered. Developers would steamroller the council to get unwanted schemes approved.
James Palmer: Solving the housing crisis needs proper infrastructure – Network Rail is holding us back
This wasteful bureaucratic behemoth is delaying the new stations we need. Conservatives should champion a radical approach with more competition.
A recent Conservative conference for the area found eagerness to discuss radical policies and to embrace innovative campaigning techniques. An encouraging sign for the local elections.
When people cannot afford to live in the place where they work they spend more and more of their own time and money commuting on congested trains and roads. We need to broaden the Community Land Trust model to include market housing.