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Micro asphalt works delayed by cold weather

by Amanda Taylor on 13 April, 2021

The very cold weather we’ve experienced recently has meant it was too cold to lay the micro asphalt last Tuesday and Wednesday. The programme has been updated. Beaumont Road, Heron’s Close, Chalk Grove and Netherhall Way have been completed. Almoners Avenue, Strangeways Road and Mander Way are being done this week and should be finished […]

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Thank you to my colleague Cllr Lorna Dupre, deputy leader of the Lib Dem County Council group, for her scrutiny of the financial picture on road repair budgets for Cambridgeshire. She writes: The Government has announced its allocation of highways maintenance cash for the forthcoming year – and it looks like bad news for Cambridgeshire […]

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M11 repairs closure between Girton and Trumpington

by Amanda Taylor on 3 September, 2013

I have been informed that the area between Junctions 11 and 14 of the M11 will be closed between the 16th September and 1st October. This is to enable repairs to the road surface and renewal of road markings. The work will be done at night, starting at 8.00pm on Monday 16th September and finishing on […]

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The new Cambridgeshire County Council met last week. I spoke in two of the motions, both of which were voted through: Petitions: the number of signatures to get a petition debated by the full Council is slashed from over 15,000 to just 3,000. I seconded this motion, which was proposed by my colleague Cllr Ian […]

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