Waterbeach Greenway: an alternative vision

The Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP) is currently consulting on a revised alignment for the Waterbeach Greenway. The proposals consist of a 5.5 mile route connecting Cambridge North station with Waterbeach. The route was originally proposed to run alongside the railway line, but will now pass through Milton village, offering the opportunity of valuable improvements
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Consultation guide: Waterbeach Greenway 2023

Cover of the Waterbeach Greenway consultation brochureName of consultation: GCP Waterbeach Greenway 2023
(shortlink: tinyurl.com/WaterbeachGW)

From:
The Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP)

Format: Online survey OR download and print the Word document and post to Greater Cambridge Partnership, PO Box 1493, Mandela House, 4 Regent Street, Cambridge CB1 0YR

If you require any of the materials in an alternative format or language,


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Consultation guide: GCP Haslingfield Greenway (Grantchester proposals)

Cover of the consultation booklet for the Grantchester section of the Haslingfield GreenwayName of consultation: GCP Haslingfield Greenway: proposals for Grantchester
(shortlink: tinyurl.com/GrantchesterGW)

From:
The Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP)

Format: Online survey OR email consultations@greatercambridge.org.uk  OR attend one of the in-person events mentioned on the consultation website.

Deadline: Midday on Friday 28 July.

Following two public consultations and engagement with the Grantchester community, the GCP has
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Consultation guide: GCP Sustainable Travel Zone

GCP Making Connections consultation booklet coverName of consultation: GCP Making Connections 2022
(shortlink: tinyurl.com/STZ-survey

From: The Greater Cambridge Partnership

Format: Online survey OR email consultations@greatercambridge.org.uk  OR attend one of the in-person events mentioned on the consultation website.

Deadline: Midday on 23 December.

The Greater Cambridge Partnership is proposing to transform the bus network and invest in other sustainable transport
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Consultation guide: Local Transport and Connectivity Plan

Local Transport & Connectivity Plan coverName of consultation: Local Transport and Connectivity Plan

From:
Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority

Format:
Online survey OR email comments to contact@yourltcp.co.uk

Deadline:
Thursday 4 August, 11.59pm

Summary of Camcycle’s view:

The draft plan is muddled, inconsistent and lacks specific timelines and targets. The document must be written to be clear and inspiring to everyone,
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Consultation guide: Cambourne to Cambridge Environmental Impact Assessment

Cambourne to Cambridge EIA consultation brochure coverName of consultation: Cambourne to Cambridge Better Public Transport and Active Travel Environmental Impact Assessment
From: The Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP)
Format: Online survey OR print out the consultation brochure and write on the form in the back pages OR email comments to consultations@greatercambridge.org.uk OR call 01223 699906
Deadline: midday on Monday 11 July

The
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Consultation response guide: A new road classification for Cambridge

Name of consultation: A new Road Classification for Cambridge
Deadline: midday on Monday 18 July

The Greater Cambridge Partnership’s City Access project aims to make walking, cycling and public transport more attractive to people living in the Greater Cambridge area. This will help support local goals including reducing congestion, pollution and carbon emissions, improving health
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New consultation: have your say on the region’s transport future

Local Transport & Connectivity Plan coverWith the 2022 election period over, a series of transport-related decisions and consultations are beginning to take place. There are a series of big questions that need to be answered: How will Cambridgeshire and Peterborough reduce carbon emissions from transport? What measures will help people switch more of their everyday journeys from driving to public
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TAKE ACTION: save Cambridge pavements from the electric car charging hazard

While many people were preparing Christmas dinners and celebrating the holidays, a little noticed draft traffic regulation order was published. It proposes ‘installation of parking places for electric vehicles‘ on several streets in Chesterton and Abbey, replacing some existing car parking spaces. This proposal seems innocuous, however on closer examination there are some
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