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The Local Liaison Forum i.e. a group of parish councillors and others convened to advise the Busway and related proposals will be meeting in Coton Village Hall on 14th June 2016. This is a meeting to be held in public and members of the public may contribute.
Please come along to a presentation by the Parish Council about the new The Western Orbital consultation, Wednesday 2nd March, 7.30-8.30pm, The Village Hall. We will be explaining the proposals and suggesting ways you can respond to best effect.
We are being consulted about another new development – widening the M11 – which could have serious consequences for Coton.
Cambridgeshire County Council will be consulting residents at Coton Village Hall 6pm to 8pm on 3rd March. Please attend...
LLF-Agenda_14June_16.pdf (88 downloads)
is overwhelmingly against ANY new bus roads that damage the villages and local ecosystem and supports improvements to the existing transport routes. See http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/2-000-people-say-Cambourne-Cambridge-buses-say/story-28673186-detail/story.html?afterReg=Y...
Richard Bowler (Clerk), Newmarket T: 01638 731300 E: email@example.com
Mark Abbott (Chairman, Playgrounds), High Street T: 211233
Gabriel Fox, (Vice Chairman, Recreation Ground, City Deal/M11, Quarter to Six Quadrant Representative) High...
What you can do now
1. Please sign up here for information on future meetings and activities.
2. Please make your neighbours aware of this group https://groups.google.com/d/forum/west-cambridge-busway
3. We believe the consultation process is flawed...
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