Welcome to the Cambourne Parish Council Website providing information about the three villages (Great, Lower and Upper) within the community of Cambourne in Cambridgeshire and the activities of the Parish Council.
The Parish Council is the tier of Local Government closest to the people. The next tier of Government for Cambourne is the South Cambridgeshire District Council and the final tier is the Cambridgeshire County Council.
On our website we outline the role and services provided by the Parish Council along with the details of our councillors. We provide you with the dates of our meetings and copies of the agendas and minutes.
This site will enable you to find out about our vibrant community and understand the roles and responsibilities of the Parish Council. It is our intention to enable more residents to play an active role in the community, participate in more activities, attend Parish Council Meetings, take advantage of our excellent sports facilities and thoroughly enjoy living in Cambourne.
All Meetings held at 'The Hub' start time 7.00pm unless otherwise stated
|02 June||Meeting||Planning and Council|
|23 June||Meeting||Planning and Leisure & Amenities|
|07 July||Meeting||Planning and Council|
|21 July||Meeting||Planning and Finance & Policy|
22 May 2015
NEW DEADLINE: 16 JUNE 2015 20MPH SPEED LIMIT & YELLOW LINES At the Annual Meeting of the Parish Council yesterday, it was agreed to extend the consultation period for 4 more weeks. This is your chance to have your say, so please take part!! In response to residents’ concerns regarding
11 May 2015
A14 Junctions 29 - 26 westbound resurfacing works. Highways England has written to inform us that resurfacing will be taking place, subject to weather conditions, from today Monday 11 May until Friday 22 May between the hours of 10pm and 6am weeknights. This section of the road (westbounds
01 May 2015
UPDATE ON NEW SHOPS To dispel the persistent rumours of Iceland pulling out, the Parish Clerk contacted the developers of the retail units and below is their response dated yesterday 30th April 2015. Please feel free to forward and share with your friends and neighbours... "With regard to