Environment Committee Meeting May 2018

The Council’s Environment Committee met on 29 May with a largely procedural agenda at the start of the new 4 year life of Council.  Draft minutes can be seen here Highlights of the meeting include: Chair and Deputy Chair The Committee was delighted that new Councillor Marcus Romer accepted the challenge of taking on the Chairmanship for 2018 – 19.   Councillor  Read More...

Parish Council Audit Requirements

The Parish Council is transparent and open about it's business representing the community. One component of that is an obligation to make our accounts (as part of the audit process) open to inspection. Any person interested has the right to inspect and make copies of the accounts to be audited and all books, deeds, contracts, bills, vouchers and receipts  Read More...

A14 Night Work Activities from 4th June – 4th July

We have received the following details of programmed night work from the A14 Integrated Delivery Team: There will be two separate gangs employed Gang no 1 - Earth works operation (This operation is linear operation and will move progressively from start to end point. Central Reserve Milton main line to Histon Junction Phase 1a: to 9th June 2018 Location: Milton Junction to Kings  Read More...

Histon Road Consultation Launch

  The Greater Cambridge Partnership has today, launched the consultation on proposals to improve Histon Road. The consultation runs from Monday 21 May to Monday 2 July 2018. Brochures will be distributed throughout the Histon Road area including the villages of Histon & Impington, and the consultation is being widely advertised with the use of bus stops, flyers, posters and press  Read More...

Planning Committee Meeting – Thursday 24th May

The Planning Committee agenda for Thursday 24th May has just been published click here to view. It's a packed agenda with 10 applications to get through, including two larger scale development applications for Impington Lane: S/1486/18/FL Hill Residential, Land to the north of Impington Lane - The erection of 26 dwellings with associated access, car and cycle parking,  Read More...

Dangerous Trees

We have been informed by the landowner that those who use the bridleway from Park Lane Histon to Oakington across Meadow Farm should take care as the farmers have recently been informed in an arboricultural report that the trees are diseased and dangerous. They advise walkers, usually with their dogs, should avoid walking under or near the trees and perhaps  Read More...

Waterbeach Waste Recovery Facility

Amey is proposing to develop a new waste treatment facility at its Waterbeach Waste Management Park. Further to the initial planning application submitted in December 2017, new documents focusing on environmental information have been submitted and available to view and comment. The new additional environmental information documents are prefixed: "SUBDOC2 2018 04 25 Regulation 22" (followed by their description) The closing  Read More...

Upcoming A14 Works

Tuesday 8th May- Friday 11th May Daytime - Work on trial holes in the vicinity of Cambridge Road and alongside the mainline of the A14 between junctions 31 (Girton) - 32 (Histon) (eastbound) Nights - Installation of traffic management barriers, and saw cutting of the carriageway. Kier maintenance have booked a lane closure of the southbound B1049 at its junction with the  Read More...

Annual Parish Meetings

For the Parishes of Histon and Impington Monday 14th May, 7pm St Andrew's Centre, School Hill, Histon Hear from the Parish Council Chair on the past year's work and finances, learn more from speakers of local community groups and organisations, including:

  • Cambridgeshire Constabulary
  • Enviro.Volunteers
  • Histon & Impington Sustainability Group
  • HICOM (Histon & Impington Community)
  • HICOP (Histon & Impington Community Orchard)
  • Parish Council  Read More...

COME AND JOIN US – Co-Option to Parish Council

Following the closure of nominations, the Parish Council still has one seat left to fill for the new 4 year term Council in May 2018. We will be looking to fill this vacancy at the Annual General Meeting on Monday 21st May.  If more than one applicant comes forward there will be a vote amongst the other Council members present. Could  Read More...