Them Jubilee Club’s outing will be to Wells-next-the-sea on May 30th. See the poster for details of booking.Download Document
THe following planning application has been received
Proposal: Prior approval for the proposed conversion of two agricultural barns into three double storey and two single storey residential dwellings under part Q (A & B)
Application Ref: S/0726/19/PA
Location: Agricultural Buildings at Pitt Dene Farm, Elsworth, Cambridge, CB23 4JA
Applicant: Mr Benjamin Conway, Agreserves Limited
Plans may be viewed on the District Council’s planning portal https://www.scambs.gov.uk/planning/view-or-comment-on-a-planning-application/
The following application for Lawful Development Certificate has been received.
Proposal: Certificate of a Lawful Development Certificate for a proposed rear single storey extension and replacement of rear dormer
Application Ref: S/0544/19/LD
Location: 4, Brockley Road, Elsworth, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire,
Applicant: Mr Simon Foote
The application details can be viewed on the Planning portal of SCDC at https://www.scambs.gov.uk/planning/view-or-comment-on-a-planning-application/
The Greater Cambridge Partnership public consultation for the phase 2 section of the Cambourne to Cambridge Better Public Transport project opens in February. Please see www.greatercambridge.org.uk/cambournetocambridge
There is a real possibility of one of the proposed routes of the Bedford to Cambridge Rail link impacting greatly on Elsworth.
East West Rail is creating a new rail connection between Oxford and Cambridge. This will connect communities, making it faster, easier and cheaper to travel in the local area, as well as opening up job opportunities, supporting local business and helping the economy to grow. You can read more about the scheme here.
While the Western Section between Oxford and Bedford can be built by reinstating and upgrading old rail lines, for the Central Section between Bedford and Cambridge an entirely new rail line will need to be built.
About this consultation
Public consultation will run from 28 January to 11 March 2019. While it is several years from starting to build the railway, this is your opportunity to have your say on the route options at an early stage.
More information and how to have your say go to : eastwestrail.co.uk/haveyoursay PLEASE NOTE THAT THE CONSULTATION VENUE SCHEDULED FOR Cambourne on Saturday 2 March, 10:00pm – 2:00pm
states that it will be in the Cambridge Belfry, Back Lane, Cambourne, Cambridge, CB23 6BW. This hotel has been renamed “Doubletrees by Hilton”
Five route options have been developed and EastWestRail would like to know:
• what your views are on their challenges and opportunities
• whether we are right to focus on route options that approach Cambridge from the south
• what you think of the overall approach we have taken to developing route options.
They will be holding eight public consultation events across the corridor between Bedford and Cambridge. Come and meet the team to find out more about route options, and to have your say.
• Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
• Send us a message online: www.eastwestrail.co.uk/get-in-touch
• Write to us: Freepost EAST WEST RAIL
• Call us: 0330 1340067
The following application will be considered by the Parish Council.
Please note that this application is for Class R
Proposal: Notification of prior approval for a proposed change of use from agricultural building to a flexible use within shops, financial and professional services, restaurants and cafes, business, storage or distribution, hotels or assembly or leisure
Application Ref: S/0291/19/PA
Location: Barns at Rectory Farm, Brook Street, Elsworth, Cambridge, CB23 4HX
Applicant: James Witherow
The application may be viewed on the South Cambridgeshire District Council’s planning portal https://www.scambs.gov.uk/planning/view-or-comment-on-a-planning-application/
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5/75 – C/11/17/025/03
Grange Farm House, Grange Farm
Land belonging to Hope Farm behind 24, Constellation Mobile Home Park, The Drift, Elsworth, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB23 4JP
Ash (Area 70) tagged 202 – has become unstable due to dieback and outward growth of one heavy branch, which is protruding approx. 3m onto a shed and car park. reduce height by 50% and cut back branch.