The neighbourhood police report a burglary in Gunhild Way this month, with forced entry breaking glass in a back door. There has also been criminal damage in the vicinity of Long Road.
Bicycles have been stolen in Holbrook Road (from a shed), Long Road, Hills Road and Addenbrooke’s.
The current police priorities for the next 3 months are:
- To combat Drug Dealing;
- To combat ASB on the Quarry Lakes
- To improve Road-safety (via combating inconsiderate parking/cycling etc)
To find out more about your Neighbourhood Policing Team visit https://www.cambs-police.co.uk/myneighbourhood/locate.asp
To contact Police:-
In an emergency always call 999
For all non-emergencies 101
For property registering, visit www.immobilise.com
To give information anonymously about crime. Call 0800 555 111.
Cambridge City Council has published its draft Local Plan, which sets the framework for future development in the city, and now is the time to give your views on it, for the government Planning Inspectorate to consider.
By law, local authorities must set a Local Plan for their areas, stipulating what kind of development can take place where. It covers employment and leisure facilities as well as housing, so it very much determines where people live and work and how they get about. It is the master document against which individual planning applications are assessed, and incorporates local planning policies. For example, an important policy this time round is special protection for pubs, to preserve pubs as community facilities.
This Wednesday 28th August, there will be an exhibition on the options for the Cambridge Local Plan in the Hall at the Queen Emma Primary School, Gunhild Way, 2.30-7.30pm. You can also comment on line on the Council’s website set up for this purpose: http://cambridge.jdi-consult.net/ldf/
Cambridgeshire County Council‘s Transport Plan will also be on display. There will be officers from both councils to talk to.
Well done to Queen Emma Primary School, which has just received a ‘good school’ rating on its first OFSTED report. This is very impressive, as the main school has only been open for 18 months, and the nursery only 3 weeks!
The Queen Emma, on the old Netherhall site in Gunhild Way, is the sister school of the well established Queen Edith’s Primary School in Godwin Way. Both are run under the aegis of the Queens’ Federation.
The school was judged good in terms of overall effectiveness, and outstanding in two areas: pupil behaviour and leadership and management.
Click here to download a copy of the OFSTED report.RV5 Final 400316
QUEEN EDITH CHAPEL THIS WEDNESDAY
Most residents of Queen Edith’s will know that parking is a big problem in this area. Lib Dem councillors have for many years been calling for action from Conservative-run Cambridgeshire County Council, the council responsible for parking management and highways.
Last summer the County agreed to set up a parking review group, to look at all of the south of the city, including Queen Edith’s, Trumpington, Romsey and some streets in Coleridge. Cllr Jean Swanson and I attended the first meetingabout a year ago, and since then Cllr Geoff Heathcock has represented Queen Edith’s on that group.
The County officers have visited twice, once to our South Area meeting at my request and again to meet residents in Queen Edith’s. It was made very clear that people were impatient with the long delays and looking for solutions soon.