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Change to Romsey Website

by Paul Saunders on 13 April, 2018

From now on new post new information will be posted on the Romsey section of the Cambridge Liberal Democrat website Follow this link http://www.cambridgelibdems.org.uk/romsey This means that ward and constituency information will be available together on the same website. There you will find news about our campaigns and candidates for the coming City Council elections. […]

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Romsey candidate announced!

by Paul Saunders on 13 April, 2018

Joshua Blanchard Lewis for Romsey As a British national raised in Spain near the French border, I have really come to appreciate and value multilingual and diverse communities, like the one we have here in Romsey. I studied Spanish, Latin and English literature at university here in Cambridge, and then chose to settle here; I […]

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Changes to bin collection days at Easter

by Paul Saunders on 13 March, 2018

News from the City Council: Bin collections will change over the 2018 Easter period at the end of March and start of April as follows: Usual collection day       Revised Easter collection Friday 30 March                  Tuesday 3 April Monday 2 April              […]

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Proposed Residents’ Parking Scheme

by Paul Saunders on 2 March, 2018

This is the text of a letter from Catherine Smart delivered to affected addresses in the Romsey/Coleridge area:   136, Ross Street, Cambridge CB1 3BU 01223 511210 catherine.smart4@gmail.com February 2018 Dear Romsey & Coleridge resident, Residents’ Parking Last year’s County Council parking consultation has resulted in a narrow majority for a residents’ parking scheme in […]

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Open day Lakes on 11 March

by Paul Saunders on 2 March, 2018

From a news release from the City Council 2 March 2018 .. CAMBRIDGE City Council is hosting a public open day on Sunday 11 March at East Cambridge Lakes, the flooded chalk pits at the end of Mill Road which it is hoped will be turned into a local country park. Residents are being invited […]

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Hackney Carriage Livery Consultation

by Paul Saunders on 1 March, 2018

The City Council is running a consultation from 1 March 2018, 12:00am to 26 March 2018, 11:59pm   Our licensing policy currently allows for vehicles of any colour to be licensed as a hackney carriage and, with our agreement, for the external display of advertising. Councillors agreed in October 2017 to the addition of a livery […]

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S106 funding applications

by Simon Cooper on 20 April, 2017

Every year there is an allocation of Section 106 funding to the local area for improvements to various local amenities. These are paid for using contributions from developers doing redevelopment in the area, to help maintain and improve public amenities that will be used by more people as a result of the redevelopment. Every year, […]

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County Council elections

by Simon Cooper on 1 April, 2017

I’m pleased to announce that I’m standing as your Lib Dem candidate for the County Council elections in Romsey this May. I’ve already posted some general information on my blog about myself and why I’m standing this year, so here I’ll post some more specific information about what I will do as your councillor, if […]

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LHI application results

by Simon Cooper on 24 March, 2017

Over the winter, the Lib Dem team submitted two applications to the Local Highways Improvement scheme run by the County Council. One was to improve the safety of the zebra crossing on Vinery Road by raising it up as another speed bump, the second was to add double yellow lines to the junction of Hobart […]

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Winter Survey Results

by Simon Cooper on 9 March, 2017

Over the winter the local team have been conducting a survey of the division. Many thanks to everyone who took the time to give us their thoughts on several local issues, the results were very interesting: How best would you describe our area? Very clean: 23.2% Reasonably clean: 68.6% Not very clean: 8.2% People generally […]

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