South Cambridgeshire residents are being asked to put their green bins out as normal from this Wednesday. Waste crews will empty as many as possible, but may not be able to reach every home.
Check your collection date or read the Council’s FAQs for more info at https://www.scambs.gov.uk/return-of-green-bin-collections/
please be aware that the Parish Council meeting planned for the 14th December has been cancelled.
Hardwick Parish Council
Communication from South Cambrideshire District Council:
Green bin collections across Cambridge City and South Cambridgeshire are being suspended from Monday (13 December) because of the number of drivers and loaders absent – particularly with Coronavirus or self-isolating.
See link for more information on their website: https://www.scambs.gov.uk/green-bin-collections-suspended-from-monday-13-december/
You are all kindly invited to attend a presentation from Cambridgeshire County Council representatives to provide an overview of the Active Travel Scheme proposed for St Neot’s Road and how it fits with other initiatives.
A Q&A Session will be included.
Meeting to be held on Zoom on the 6th December 2021 @ 19h00
To join the Zoom Meeting https://us06web.zoom.us/j/81810518561
Meeting ID: 818 1051 8561 , Or dial (charges apply) 0330 088 5830 0131 460 1196
For more info see here
Our Local MP, Anthony Browne, has a survey about congestion charges. Please make sure to fill it if you want to have a say in the matter.
One of the key questions asked by the Greater Cambridge Partnership’s ‘Making Connections’ consultation is around congestion charging for vehicles entering Cambridge City. In their plans, a city-centre congestion charge could cost up to £15 per day, or a wider zone could cost £5, roughly the same cost as a day rider bus ticket.
There is a community meeting regarding the above on Wednesdays 24th November from 18h00 till 20h00. This will affect Hardwick Parish.
The main reason for the meeting is to discuss future events for the parishes affected by planned development, especially given the current and future developments at Bourn Airfield and Cambourne West.
The Meeting will be online by Zoom: https://scambs-gov-uk.zoom.us/j/85448867038?pwd=ZzBrY3hTRGVLdmsxOUNZSFlsNFhsUT09
For more information, please see: https://www.scambs.gov.uk/a428-development-cluster-meeting/
If you are interested in tendering for the village maintenance contract please contact the clerk for the tender pack.
211116 grass cutting invite to tender
The Wildlife Trust is currently setting up a young people’s forum, and are especially keen to get volunteers from a diverse range of people aged 11-24 who are interested in environmental issues
If there any questions, please contact Rebecca Neal
The Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP) has today launched two public consultations on proposals to help people move in and around Cambridge easily and more sustainably.
The first – Making Connections – is asking for people’s views on proposals to radically enhance bus and active travel journeys, while the second – Cambridge Eastern Access – offers more specific proposals for improving cycling and walking journeys along Newmarket Road.
The Making Connections consultation closes on 20 December and more information can be found at www.greatercambridge.org.uk/making-connections-2021
The Cambridge Eastern Access consultation closes on 22 December and more information can be found at www.greatercambridge.org.uk/NewmarketRd2021