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Posts Tagged ‘Queen Edith’s Way’

New roundabout and crossings completing this week

by Amanda Taylor on 27 July, 2020

The remodelled roundabout and crossings at Fendon Road are set to open this Friday, 31st July. The new road layout, based on roundabout designs in the Netherlands, has been created to address the accident record at this roundabout and to make it easier for pedestrians to cross the road. The design is based on that […]

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South Area: transport and policing

by Amanda Taylor on 28 February, 2020

The agenda for the South Area meeting on Monday, 9th March has just been published. No. Item 1 Welcome, Introduction and Apologies for Absence 2 Declarations of Interest 3 Minutes 4 Matters and Actions Arising from the Minutes Items for Discussion 5 Estate Improvement Scheme 6 Policing and Safer Neighbourhoods SAC 7 Update Report on […]

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Cambridgeshire County Council has announced that its works to upgrade the roundabout at the Fendon Road / Queen Edith’s Way junction will not finish in April, as planned, but will continue until July, due to issues arising from complex underground utilities cables which had not been revealed in the original surveys. But that is three […]

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Roadworks and events

by Amanda Taylor on 13 July, 2018

The County Council has sent me its latest list of new roadworks and events. This is for things starting between 16th and 31st July. Check out: Blinco Grove Clifton Road Glebe Road Gunhild Close Queen Edith’s Way Please see the attachment for details of all roadworks in Cambridge, so you can vary your route if […]

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Roadworks and events

by Amanda Taylor on 1 September, 2017

The County Council has sent me its latest list of new roadworks and events. This is for things starting between 1st and 15th September – please see previous posts for works already in progress. Check out: Glebe Road Queen Edith’s Way Robinson Way Frances Crick Avenue Addenbrooke’s Road The extent of the works varies from […]

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Highways improvements: clean sweep for Queen Edith’s

by Amanda Taylor on 9 March, 2017

Eight out of eight bids for highways improvements in Queen Edith’s have made it to the list of funded projects for the coming year – including one which made the top ten for the whole city. I have been working with local residents to get funding for various small highways schemes, under the County Council’s […]

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Local Highways Improvements

by Amanda Taylor on 12 January, 2017

The County Council runs a Local Highways Improvement Programme to fund small improvements to the public highway. Residents and groups can submit bids every autumn for projects of up to £10,000.The bids have to describe a local problem and propose a solution that can deliver lasting benefit, which has community support. Road safety is an […]

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Queen Edith’s Way roundabout and pavement cycleways

by Amanda Taylor on 20 November, 2016

On Thursday, councillors on the County Council’s Economy & Environment Committee debated the proposals for changes to the Queen Edith’s Way/ Fendon/Mowbray Road roundabout, and to the pavements and cycleways on Queen Edith’s Way. Queen Edith’s Way residents Dara Morefield, Richard Martin and Tim Moore all spoke at the meeting, and I was sitting on […]

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Hills Road cycleway this weekend

by Amanda Taylor on 21 July, 2016

Hills Road cycleway update: The County Council have advised me that their contractors will be laying down the final stretch of tarmac on the new cycleway Hills Road this Sunday — between Glebe Road and the end of the cycleway near Queen Edith’s Way and Long Road. A reminder that there is still time to […]

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The Queen Edith’s News is out!

by Amanda Taylor on 11 March, 2016

You read it here first … local news on The Netherhall School, parking, bins, transport projects, and new voting arrangements. If you’d like to receive news bulletins on council and community matters, drop me an email at [email protected], and I’ll add you to my list.

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