This is a joint news release on behalf of Cambridge City Council and South Cambridgeshire District Council, and the Greater Cambridge Shared Planning Service.
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An Australian-founded health tech company opened its global HQ in Cambridgeshire due to the support provided by the Combined Authority’s dedicated inward investment service branded as Locate Cambridge.
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A long-term strategy to make transport better, faster, greener, and more accessible for everyone in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough has been approved.
Mayor of Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Dr Nik Johnson has visited a Wisbech community farm recently awarded funding from the Combined Authority’s Market Towns Programme.
An indoor market of 70 stalls is set to bring festive cheer to South Cambridgeshire, offering visitors the chance to snap up gifts and get into the Christmas spirit.
Allia will develop the former Papworth Printworks building in Cambridgeshire village Papworth Everard to provide a much-needed base to support the growth of local social entrepreneurs and small businesses. The building will provide a café, microbrewery and pizzeria to create a vibrant social base for the local village as well as a business workspace for growing social enterprises from across the…
Cambridge City Council is hosting a Domestic Abuse conference on Monday 4 December. It is open to the public, and professionals who may come into contact with people experiencing domestic abuse or who have an interest in helping to end domestic abuse.
The Business Board has been strengthened with the appointment of five private sector members with a wide range of experience and expertise.
Residents are being urged to #DoTheRightThing when filling in forms to access services and benefits in a campaign launched during International Fraud Awareness Week.
Allia is leading a new project to help social impact organisations across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough so that they can build resilience, grow and create more positive change.
Calling on Cambridge businesses to spread Christmas cheer by donating children’s toys to Hamper Appeal
Cambridge City Council is calling on local businesses to support its Christmas toy appeal, which has been set up in partnership with Cambridge City Food Bank and Cambridge Sustainable Food to ensure that each family receiving an essential Christmas food hamper will also receive a suitable toy or family game to leave under the tree.
Violence against Cambridge shop-workers is being called out by local Member of Parliament Daniel Zeichner as he joins the shop-workers union USDAW in events this week demanding stronger laws.
Trees are being offered to parish councils across the district to help provide homes and food for wildlife and combat climate change.
A charity is helping share the wellbeing calm of creativity, one stitch at a time, thanks to grant funding support from South Cambridgeshire District Council.
Mayor Dr Nik Johnson is encouraging people in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough to find out more about improving their confidence with numbers in a special awareness week this week.
'It made my return to education possible’ - Combined Authority's 100th Care Leaver Bursary milestone
One hundred young people leaving the care system have now benefitted from a bursary set up by the Combined Authority to fund education and training to support their futures.
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Greater Cambridge Shared Waste Service, a strategic partnership between Cambridge City Council and South Cambridgeshire District Council, is supporting the national Take Charge campaign, which aims to tackle the serious problem of recycling and waste fires caused by carelessly discarded “zombie batteries”.
Council commits to paying employees real living wage for ninth year as accredited living wage employer
Following the announcement on 24 October by the Living Wage Foundation of the new Real Living Wage rates for the coming year – £12/hour across the UK and £13.15/hour in London – Cambridge City Council announces its continuing commitment to paying employees the voluntary rate.
More Community Hubs are coming to South Cambridgeshire to support residents during the cost of living crisis.
Cambridge City Council has seen greenhouse gas emissions fall by 10% in 2022/23, compared to 2021/22 – a total reduction of 41.3% since 2014/15.
Preserving the rich heritage of historic buildings while ensuring their structural integrity presents a complex challenge.