Welcome to the Cambourne Parish Council website, providing information about the parish of Cambourne and the activities, roles and responsibilities of the Parish Council.

Cambourne is the largest parish within the South Cambridgeshire district, comprising the villages of Lower, Great and Upper Cambourne, with an approximate population of 12,000 people and 4,250 homes. The Parish Council is the tier of local government closest to the people. The second tier of government for Cambourne is South Cambridgeshire District Council and the third tier is Cambridgeshire County Council. Understand how your council works.

On our website we outline the services provided by the Parish Council, along with the details of our meetings, committees, councillors, policies and employees. This site will enable you to find out about community facilities and the status of actions outlined in the recently published Parish Plan.

Cambourne is a vibrant community and it is our intention to enable more residents to play an active role in the community, through participation in community events and activities, volunteering, attendance at Parish Council meetings, ideas for community development, or simply taking advantage of our excellent community and sports facilities within the villages.

Spotted a problem in Cambourne?

If you’ve spotted some graffiti, vandalism, or anything else in Cambourne that you think we should know about, this is your place to Report It.

The Parish Council has 13 councillors and meets on the first Tuesday of the month (with the exception of August in which there is no meeting). In addition to full council, duties and powers have been delegated to three committees.

Planning Committees

Meets twice a month and is responsible for making representations on the following:

  • Planning applications
  • Footpaths and highways
  • Street lighting
  • Local and structure plans
  • Bus routes and timetables
  • Street naming
Leisure & Amenities Committee

This looks after the following:

  • Areas of public open space
  • Children’s play areas
  • Allotments
  • Burial grounds
  • Sports areas
  • Pavilions
  • Cambourne Community Centre
  • Best Kept Village / Britain in Bloom competitions
Finance & Policy Committee

This looks after the following:

  • Estimates and budgets of expenditure
  • Audit matters (inc Internal Audit)
  • Staff (inc pay and conditions and establishment
  • Grants
  • Lettings and charges
  • Land matters (inc lease and tenancy matters)
  • Office and council accommodation
  • Payment of invoices
  • Council Policy
Parish News
Upcoming Meetings
Tue 29

Planning Committee

August 29 @ 7:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Sep 05

Planning Committee & Council

September 5 @ 7:00 pm
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