Update: Independent Audit of the C2C Busway Proposal

Update from: 25th March 2021

Dear residents, see below message from Mr Phil Swann, who is the appointed person to carry out the audit:

The statement of the assumptions and constraints underpinning outline business case and the selection of the preferred route has now been published. A copy of the statement is attached and is available on the GCP website. The focus of the audit is on the robustness and continuing appropriateness of those assumptions and constraints.

Interested parties are now invited to submit written representations on the assumptions and constraints and their application throughout the process. Representations should be submitted to C2Caudit@sharedintelligence.net by 23 April 2021.

Roadworks: Main street and Cambridge Road footpath upgrade

The advance warning signs are up for the Main Street/Cambridge Road Footpath Upgrade.

Starting 8th March, the contractors expect it will take 10 weeks.

The work starts at Egremont Road Junction. You will see a Section 5 “To be

confirmed”. This is on hold while County Council work out the Greenways (Cycle path) options for the Portway. We will try to address concerns on line but please feel free to email the Parish Clerk







Working back from Egremont Road to opposite Kesters Close

09/03/21- 16/03/21


Working back from opposite Kesters Close to the Bin Brook Culvert by 8 Main Street

16/03/21 – 24/03/21


Bend near St Mary’s Church

17/03/21 – 30/03/21


Bin Brook Culvert to approaching St Mary’s Church Bend

30/03/21 – 14/04/21


The Pastures to The Blue Lion

14/04/21 – 26/04/21


Pastures to end of Village, south



Egremont Road to Limes Road

16/04/21 – 24/04/21

If you would like to see the drawing for the work, they are linked : 1 , 2 , 3, 4

May 2021 Local Elections

Dear residents,

Here is a link about what to expect for the next May 2021 Local elections in our region:



C2C Busway – Independent Audit

Dear residents,

For information, Mr Phil Swann (Director Shared Intelligence) has been commissioned by the Greater Cambridge Partnership to manage an independent audit of the project.

His first step is to commission an independent transport expert to carry out the review. The expert’s first task will be to prepare a statement of the key constraints and assumptions which underpin the selection of the preferred route. He will publish the statement together with an invitation to local representative groups to submit representations to the audit on the constraints and assumptions.

In the meantime if local representative groups wish to ensure that previously submitted evidence is drawn to the attention of the transport expert, then please let Mr Swann know.

Mr Phil Swann can be contacted via e-mail at C2Caudit@sharedintelligence.net

For more information: https://www.greatercambridge.org.uk/public-transport-schemes/cambourne-to-cambridge/cambourne-to-cambridge-independent-audit

For info: Voluntary groups vaccination information

Dear residents,
Please see information below pertaining to priority groups for vaccinations:

The NHS has now opened up access to the COVID vaccine to staff and volunteers from community groups currently directly working or having contact with people in the priority groups outlined here:
Priority Groups for Vaccination

  • those involved in the direct supply of food and other goods
  • those supporting older people and those with long term health issues
  • those supporting vulnerable children and young people
  • volunteer drivers involved in transporting people to vaccine appointments

We are working with the NHS on the identifying community groups to receive the COVID vaccine and will be your point of contact, if you believe your staff and/or volunteers meet the eligibility criteria please confirm and we will send you details of how to book appointments.

At this point there is no restriction on numbers of vaccinations available, with plenty of appointments available this week, so we urge you to respond immediately.

If you fit within the above, please contact the Parish Council through the Clerk.

Hardwick Sites survey for Greater Cambridge Local Plan (closes 14th February)


Update 15/02/2021: This survey is closed now. Many thanks to all residents who contributed. The feedback will be consolidated and sent to Greater Cambridge.

Dear residents,

The Parish Council would like to give the opportunity to residents to provide any comments/feedback on the 5 sites submitted to the Greater Cambridge Local Plan, through the form below. These will then be collated, consolidated (where possible) and then submitted through the online survey form, which the Parish Council has access to.

Please use the form below to provide your feedback/comments/inputs – Deadline is 14th of February