September Full Council

Full Council was held on Monday 19th September, with no members of the public attending.  For draft minutes look here.   Items of note: City Deal Consultation We are working on a response to the consultation, which has a deadline date of 10th October.  Through the consultation, people’s views are being sought on a planned package of measures to tackle peak-time  Read More...

Routine sewer cleaning

Industrial Water Jetting Systems works on behalf of Anglian Water and has advised that they are planning some routine sewer cleaning on Station Road, Poplar Road and Kay Hitch Way as per the attached plan (click here) to remove excess silt and scale to keep the sewer flowing as it should. They plan to complete the work on the evening  Read More...

Arbury Road Cycleway Scheme – Extension to Road Closure

We have received the following project update from Cambridgeshire County Council: Unfortunately, due to a set of unforeseen circumstances surrounding additional works required by Anglian Water in providing a positive drainage system to the new works outside the school it has been necessary to extend the Road Closure by another two weeks. The contractor, John Henry Group, has worked tirelessly in  Read More...

Impington Village College Celebrates GCSE Results

We have received the following from Impington Village College: Impington Village College is celebrating its best-ever GCSE results by a significant margin (9%), securing over 80% for the first time. In total, 81% of students achieved 5 A*- C grades including Maths and English, and 34% of all grades achieved were A and A*. There were a number of notable  Read More...

Local Highways Projects 2017

With Cambridgeshire County Council now accepting 2017/18 Local Highways Improvement (LHI) Initiative applications, the Parish Council Highways Committee are looking for ideas from the community. Examples of recent LHI’s in our village include:

  • Improvements to kerbing and splay at The Green
  • Marked bus stop Winders Lane
  • Build out of kerb to provide extra pavement width and safe crossing point at  Read More...

Devolution for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough – Time is running out for consultation responses

Time is running out to get views heard about a devolution deal for our area.  Devolution is when certain power, responsibilities and funding are transferred down from Central Government to a local region. This could mean that more important decisions are decided by a local combined authority rather than being imposed by Government as well as new funding. This would  Read More...

Highways Committee News – Have Your Say!

The Highways Committee are looking to increase the number of cycle stands around the villages with the view of making cycling a more convenient way of getting around. We would like to hear your views on possible locations, it does not have to be the obvious places either. For example you may cycle somewhere on the outskirts of the village  Read More...

Work at The Green

The Parish Council has taken on the task of cleaning the white fence and bridge at The Green, owned by the County Council.  This follows many comments made to Councillors about the dirt and algae becoming problematic.   Volunteers are being sought from the community to form a working party to paint them, with the County Council agreeing to fund  Read More...

Histon & Impington primary school consultation

The County Council has published the results of the first stage of its consultation regarding new primary school capacity in the community. Note that this was a consultation about what sort of extra capacity should be provided and not about where it should be built. that comes later. Click here for the report.  Read More...

Full Council meeting Monday 18 July 7.30 p.m.

The Council will meet on Monday with a busy agenda including:

  1. An update on the Milton Road, Impington proposals for public open space and housing
  2. A progress report on the Neighbourhood Plan, and
  3. Feedback we received at our staff at the Feast Market last weekend.
For full agenda click here As always all residents are welcome at our monthly meetings in  Read More...