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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
Citydeal-response-to-Busway-consultation.pdf (6 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...
NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF COTON VILLAGE HALL
Tuesday 26 January 2016 at 7.00pm
COTON VILLAGE HALL, 56 HIGH STREET, COTON, CAMBRIDGE CB23 7PL
Approval of the AGM Minutes of 3 February 2015
Presentation of Directors’...
There was a fantastic response (more than 100 people on each evening) to the public meetings this week on the proposed West Cambridge Busway Presentation 30th October final
Many people contributed questions and their thoughts on how to solve the problem...
The west ramp up to the M11 bridge has subsided, causing a substantial drop at the point where it joins the horizontal section. This is potentially very dangerous for cyclists and pedestrians, especially at night, as the footpath is unlit.
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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Representatives from Cambridgeshire County Council will now present the proposed routes for consultation in the Village Hall on Thursday October 29th between 6pm and 8.30pm. Please attend if you can. The Parish Council has booked...
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Route unclear though Councillors and Officers will not rule out that it will pass through Coton.
Big response needed from residents when consultation process takes place in September.
Public meeting later this month – date and venue...
We’ve received word that the area around Pendrick Close and the field may harbour dangers for pets: one cat has just had two days in intensive care, another cat was found dead recently, and two dogs in the street have been violently ill this week...