Update on M11 Park & Ride
The Joint Assembly of the Greater Cambridge Partnership takes place on Tuesday 6 June and will be considering the recommendation for the M11 Park & Ride following their consultation exercise over recent months. Despite objections from the local community, it looks like there will be traffic lights on the A10 to permit access for traffic coming from the M11. For more information GCP Joint Assembly – Agenda Pack – 6th June 2019
At the Hauxton Parish Council meeting of 30 May 2019, it was resolved to seek the approval of the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities & Local Government to apply for a PWLB loan of £50,000 over the borrowing term of 7 years for the build of the new village hall. The annual loan repayments will come to around £7,600.
As reported at the Annual Parish Assembly, it is not intended to increase the council tax precept for the purpose of the loan repayments.
Building work is under way to create two new tennis courts for Hauxton and Harston residents. The project, which is being funded by a £59,500 grant from FCC Communities Foundation, will provide two new hard surface tennis courts to LTA club standards, once it is opened, hopefully in early June of this year. Jane Ward, Chair of Hauxton Parish Council says: “It’s great to see our vision of a multi-sport venue moving closer to reality. We are extremely grateful for the funding WREN has given us and we’re looking forward to opening to the public.”
FCC Communities Foundation is a not-for-profit business that awards grants for community, conservation and heritage projects from funds donated by FCC Environment through the Landfill Communities Fund. Cheryl Raynor, FCC Communities Foundation’s local grant manager says: “We are delighted to be supporting the Hauxton Tennis Courts project and pleased that work has recently started on site, we look forward to seeing this project develop over the coming weeks and become a fantastic community facility.”
For more information about FCC Environment funding contact Cheryl Raynor at firstname.lastname@example.org visit www.fcccommunitiesfoundation.org.uk
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It has been confirmed that the revised draft of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Minerals and Waste Local Plan does not include Rectory Farm. The plan of sites taken from the document shown above, clearly indicates the the proposal for a waste site at Rectory Farm, on the bridleway between Hauxton and Haslingfield, no longer features amongst the sites in the latest revised document.
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