News from your local councillors

This blog has been merged with the Focus blog. So follow the links below to see latest news from the team.

Focus on King's Hedges: Campaign Updates from the Team

Saturday, 1 January 2011

Happy New Year

Just a quick to note to wish anyone reading this a happy and prosperous 2011.

... and to give another reminder that for up to date news from the King's Hedges team you should head over to the King's Hedges Focus blog.

Thursday, 1 July 2010

Use the Focus

Please use the Focus Blog for up to date info.

I've just disabled comments on the blog due to amount of spam that was coming for moderation.

Saturday, 25 April 2009

News and update on the Focus Blog

A reminder that news and update about the ward and your local Lib Dem team can be found at the King's Hedges Focus Blog.

Sunday, 29 March 2009

Back to one blog

We've decided to go back to a single blog after a year of working with two!

We've gone back to the single King's Hedges Focus blog. The news feed can be found here.

Monday, 23 February 2009

Comments on Gritting during cold spell

To ensure that all the lessons of the ice and snow during the recent cold snap are learned, the Liberal Democrat group on the County Council are surveying people's experiences across the County.

The deadline for this is a meeting on March 25 when the LibDem's will push the County for better planning, and better provision for cyclists and pedestrians.

To ensure that an accurate picture is available at the meeting the LibDem's want to hear your experience of the response to the snow and ice, positive or negative. You can contribute at a new website, or if you'd rather email or call one of the local LibDem team in the usual way.

Monday, 16 February 2009

Tories Won't Face Residents

For the second time one of the Conservative County Councillor's responsible for decisions that affect King's Hedges has refused to attend meetings open to the public in Cambridge.

The County Cabinet member for transport, Tory Matt Bradney and aleading officer have turned down the opportunity to answer questionsat the city's North Area Committee on March 19.

In part this is because they would have been challenged by residents on the decision not to allowthe bus to stop on Histon Road and Milton Road so that "it canprovide a fast reliable service with only limited stops" forpassengers living along the A14 corridor.

The only option for residents is to ask Councillor's to take questions to the closed County meetings.

This follows Tory Martin Curtis' refusal to answer questions on cuts to provision for vulnerable children in Cambridge.

Planning application in Turpyn Court

There is an application for a "single storey rear extension" in Turpyn Court. The application reference number is 08/1476/FUL.

As ever more details can be obtained from development control at the City Council.