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Air Source Heat pump presentation The Cade pavilion, Eltisley, pe19 6tg

There will be a presentation at the Cade pavilion(Eltisley), explaining the government’s Renewable Heat Incentive scheme (RHI) available for anyone installing an air source heat pump.

 

 

Where:  The Cade pavilion, Eltisley, pe19 6tg 

When:   tuesday 21st November 2017 – either 2.30pm or 7.30pm

 

 This talk will last around an hour and explain:        

* Just how reliable, easy and efficient modern heat pumps can be (in new and older homes)  

* Why the government will pay you to replace your oil, LPG and electric boilers   

* How you could halve your energy bills and carbon emissions  

* Why you can heat your home 24hours/day and still save money 

 

 For more information        

 call 07767 831 763

 

A14 Closure again Sept 4 and possibly 5th

As you may be aware, this week we installed our temporary bailey bridge over the A14 near Swavesey.  This temporary bridge will allow us to move material across the A14 to build the north side of the new Swavesey junction without taking vehicles on the A14.

 

Whilst the structure is now in place we were not able to completely finish all of the work to make it safe for use to use, consequently we will need at least one, or possibly two, further closures of the east bound carriageway only, between Fenstanton (J27) and Swavesey (J28).  If all goes well on Monday night we will not need Tuesday.  As with the previous closures they will be in place from 9pm to 6am.

 

We acknowledge this is short notice and signs will be erected on the A14 to notify drivers.  Our social media channels will also be used, but if you could also use your own mailing lists, websites etc. to alert your residents we would appreciate your support.

 

Kind regards

 

 

A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon Improvement Scheme

Highways England | Woodlands | Manton Lane | Bedford | MK41 7LW

Web: http://www.highways.gov.uk.

 

Harvest Supper and Collection 7th October

ELSWORTH HARVEST SUPPER

Saturday 7th October 2017

Elsworth Pavilion 7.15 for 7.30pm

Tickets – £10pp (£5 concessions)

Family Ticket £20

Available in Elsworth Shop NOW!

EVERYBODY is welcome.

Profits from the evening will be given to a local charity

 THIS YEAR’S HARVEST FESTIVAL SERVICE WILL BE HELD IN HOLY TRINITY CHURCH ON SUNDAY 1st OCTOBER AT 11.00AM.

 All are welcome. Please feel free to bring foodstuffs and goods suitable to be given to a local Foodbank. If possible, please buy them in the village and support your local community shop!

 For more information contact:

The Revd Nigel di Castiglione – Team Rector

Tel: 01954-267241 and 07770697240

email: nigel.dicastiglione@gmail.com

Application for Tree works in a conservation area Cotterell’s Lane

Date:

31-Aug-2017

Reference:

S/3021/17/TP

TPO No. (if applicable):

5/75 – C/11/17/025/03

Applicant:

Hawes

12, Cotterells Lane

Elsworth

Cambridge

CB23 4JR

Agent:

Charlie Vince Tree Surgery

Casadorma, 2, Friends Close

Yelling

St Neots

Cambridgeshire

PE19 6SF

Location of proposed works: Trees in front of 10 and 12 , Cotterells Lane, ELSWORTH, CB23 4JR

 

Proposal: (T1) Cedar – fell (T2) Lime – lift to 2M and remove major dead wood.

Comments by Trees Assistant:: Lime is a TPO tree and the Cedar is a CA tree.

 

Consultation on changing the governance on Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Fire and rescue Service

Message from the Chairman of Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Fire Authority, Cambridgeshire County Councillor Kevin Reynolds:

 

Dear colleagues

 

You will be aware that the Police & Crime Commissioner (P&CC) for Cambridgeshire & Peterborough, Jason Ablewhite, has recently launched a consultation about changing the governance of the Fire & Rescue Service in Cambridgeshire & Peterborough.  He proposes that the Police & Crime Commissioner becomes the Police, Fire & Crime Commissioner and has overall responsibility for the governance of both Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Fire & Rescue Service and Cambridgeshire Constabulary.  The consultation can be found at the following link: http://www.cambridgeshire-pcc.gov.uk/get-involved/fire-governance-consultation/

 

Cambridgeshire County Council and Peterborough City Council are the statutory consultees in this process.  The County Council and Peterborough City Council will be considering their responses at their full Council meetings next Tuesday, 18th July, and Wednesday, 19th July respectively.   However, responses from all parts of the community are welcomed, and I would urge you to respond, and to encourage your residents, Parish and Town Councils to respond too.

 

The 17 Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Fire Authority Members have met over recent weeks to examine the Police & Crime Commissioner’s consultation document, the Local Business Case, in depth.  At a special meeting of the Fire Authority yesterday, they finalised the attached response, evaluating the P&CC’s Local Business Case, which I hope you will take time to consider.  Please note that this response was unanimously approved by the Fire Authority Members, and crucially it questions and negates many of the arguments put forward by the Police & Crime Commissioner. 

 

I do hope you will take time to read it, and please feel free to incorporate any part of it if you respond to the consultation.  If you have any specific questions, please do not hesitate to contact either me or one of my Fire Authority colleagues directly.

 

Many thanks

 

Cambridgeshire County Councillor Kevin Reynolds

Chairman of Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Fire Authority

Email: kevin.reynolds@cambridgeshire.gov.uk

Tel: 01480 496006

 

 

A14 monthly bulletin May 2017

The latest A14C2H newsletter is out now.

The newsletter can be accessed via the e-version below or on the Highways Agency’s website, under  ‘project media files’ tab.

Of particular note in this edition:

  • Summary of progress so far
  • Traffic management information for the next few months
  • Update on work to build the River Great Ouse viaduct

Eco Homes – workshop 9th May at South Cambs DC Cambourne

Open Eco Homes – SPEP workshop

South Cambs DC is running a workshop on how to set up an Open Eco Homes event in  parishes to inspire people to insulate their homes and make other home energy improvements. There will also be information on how to run a village energy day or a thermal imaging project. The workshop is part of their support for the Sustainable Parish Energy Partnership (SPEP). Everyone is welcome . The event will be in Cambourne on Tuesday 9 May from 7 to 9pm. More information will be available on the SPEP webpage in due course. Booking required.

Contact: Siobhan Mellon on siobhan.mellon@scambs.gov.uk or 01954 713395.


 

Planning Open Day. Monday March 20th South Cambs DC Offices Cambourne

There is a Planning Open Day on Monday 20th March from 1pm-5pm at our Cambourne offices for residents and small businesses.

The Planning Service will be opening its doors to residents offering free advice and tips for anyone wanting to extend or alter their homes. The event is aimed at people who want to undertake a project but don’t know where to start.

The Planning Service recognises that in general people put in very few applications in a lifetime and they want to help demystify the planning process.

The day will include:

  • drop-in planning & building regulation clinics,
  • tours of the department,
  • an opportunity to find out more about what’s happening around the district, self build, neighbourhood planning and the local plan.
  • A programme of talks and seminars.

They will also have the mobile exhibition showing the A14 scheme and plans for the recently launched A428 road improvements on display.

A similar event will be happening at Cambridge City Council in the morning (9am-12noon in the Guildhall).

 

Parking enforcement. Police set up a new on line contact

Cambridgeshire Constabulary has launched a new parking initiative.

Residents are now able to report parking enforcement issues using the link below. Chief Inspector Sutherland said: “The information that you give us will go directly to me and will help me build up a picture of the exact hot-spots for parking issues. I have set up an online web-page were you can report concerns about parking.  The information that you give us will go directly to me and will help me build up a picture of the exact hot-spots for parking issues.  I will then use this information on targeted ‘crack-down’ days.  There is some good evidence that crackdown days work in other areas of policing so we are going to try it for parking.  For obvious reasons I won’t be publicising the dates of the crackdowns in advance but I will update you by e-cops, twitter and face-book once we have completed a crackdown day and what we found.” ​

The web page is live right now and you can find it here: http://tinyurl.com/SouthCambs-Parking.  Inspector Sutherland is not pretending that this will solve all parking problems, however he believes that it strikes the right balance between dealing with parking concerns and the other important work that the police do.

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