Mistrust of the development sector is at an all-time high. How can the new Local Plan avoid making the same mistakes as last time?
Author - Sam Davies
Why Greater Cambridge Shared Planning needs to force the developers back to the drawing board.
The Fendon Road roundabout redesign has escalated from £0.8m to £1.8m – where is the extra £1m going to come from?
GCP needs to come and talk to all of the affected communities around the Campus – now
Liveable neighbourhoods mean stronger communities and better quality of life for all who live in them.
You might expect the council's Highways team would forbid pavement blocking by building contractors at critical sites.
5,000 new jobs are coming to the Biomedical Campus by the middle of next year, with no extra transport provision for them.
Confusion and blame-passing is almost daily between Planning (City Council) and Highways (County Council). We deserve better.
Aren’t you just loving the 2017 election season? In the local elections, we had weeks of talk about headline-grabbing transport infrastructure projects. Most candidates stated an ambition to solve the region’s transport...
Successful businesses are built on the maxim “If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it”. So imagine for a moment that one of Cambridge’s world-leading businesses instituted a project which overran its budget by...