Cambridge City Council

Cambridge City Council

The district council for Cambridge.

Address: PO Box 700, Cambridge
Postcode: CB1 0JH
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.cambridge.gov.uk
Membership type:Corporate 21-50 (£500+VAT pa)

Activities include: building planning and control, leisure services, housing, environmental health, community development, cleansing, car parking, property letting, the market, and local tax and benefit administration.

City services

See the reference url below contacts information regarding these services, which are undertaken for other Council departments: Street cleaning, Domestic and trade waste collection, Grounds maintenance and housing maintenance

Chief Executive's department

See the reference url below for more details of the following services: Reception and Information, Electoral Registration and Elections, Public Entertainment Licensing, Committee Administration, Members' Support, Mayoralty and Twinning, Communications, Equal Opportunities in Service Delivery

Cambridge Living Wage

Cambridge Living Wage (part of the City Council) works to encourage and support other businesses in Cambridge to become accredited living wage employers

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

The reference url below gives contacts for more details on the following services:



Architecture & Building Services

Car Parks

Engineering Services

Information Technology for the Council

Legal Services to the Council

Local Land Charges: searches and inquiries

Property Services

Refuse

Planning

See the reference url below for more details of the following services:



Building Control Service

Development Control Service

Environmental Improvements

Historic Buildings And Conservation Areas

Planning Enforcement Service

Planning Policy & Research Service (including Cambridge Local Plan

Community Services (Housing, Environment and Community Development)

The reference url below gives contacts for details of the following services:



ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND PROTECTION:



DISEASE Investigation of Outbreaks of infectious diseases, including food poisoning.

FINANCE (including local taxation and benefits)

The reference url below gives contacts for more details on the following services:



ACCOUNTANCY

INTERNAL AUDIT

REVENUE SERVICES

LEISURE SERVICES

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Allotments

Arts, Entertainment, Festivals, Fairs & Activities

Conference Services

Discount Schemes (City Leisurecard)

Entertainment Venue: The Cambridge Corn Exchange

Events

Equipment Hire Service

Fitness

All Saints Garden Market in Cambridge wins Great British Market Award

All Saints Garden Market has won a Great British Market Award in the category of ‘Best Small Speciality Market’, at an awards ceremony held by the National Association of British Market Authorities (NABMA).

9 February 2018Read in full

Apply now for community facility and public art grants

Two S106 grant-funding rounds are now open for applications to Cambridge City Council, to improve community facilities and encourage small-scale public art projects in Cambridge.

8 February 2018Read in full

Cambridge Street Aid charitable fund raises nearly £25,000 to help rough sleepers

Generous residents and visitors to Cambridge have donated nearly £25,000 to a fund to help rough sleepers in just over a year since its launch.

7 February 2018Read in full

Last chance to sign up to the Cambridgeshire energy switch

Residents in Cambridge could get a better deal from their energy provider by taking part in the latest round of Cambridgeshire’s collective energy switching scheme supported by Cambridge City Council.

6 February 2018Read in full

Council launches £90k public art commission to celebrate the story of the River Cam

Council launches £90k public art commission to celebrate the story of the River Cam

Cambridge City Council has launched a large public art commission opportunity to celebrate and promote the story of the River Cam and its role in shaping Cambridge.

5 February 2018Read in full

Cambridge events mark 100th anniversary of women gaining the right to vote

Cambridge City Council is supporting a series of events being held in Cambridge to commemorate 100 years since women were first able to vote in UK national elections.

2 February 2018Read in full

LGBT History Month officially launches at the Guildhall

The Mayor of Cambridge, Cllr George Pippas, will host an event at the Guildhall today (Thursday 1 February) to mark the start of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender History (LGBT) Month.

1 February 2018Read in full

Proposals for balanced housing budget for 2018-19 approved by Council Leader

A commitment to provide more housing for people in need is the top priority for Cambridge City Council, as set out in its Housing Revenue Account Budget Setting Report (HRA BSR), which was approved by Cllr Lewis Herbert, Leader of the Council, today.

31 January 2018Read in full

Council offers advice for private rental tenants at free workshop

Residents living in privately rented accommodation in Cambridge have the chance to learn more about their legal rights, and the help that is available to them, at a free session next month.

30 January 2018Read in full

Cambridge City & South Cambs: It’s time to make your metals matter!

Over 141 million cans, foil trays and aerosols are used every year in South Cambridgeshire and Cambridge City and the Greater Cambridge Shared Waste Service has launched a new campaign to make sure every last one makes it into your blue recycling bin.*

30 January 2018Read in full

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