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C2C – Public Consultation 16 May to 11 July

The Cambourne to Cambridge – Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is now open for Public Consultation. This project will directly affect our Village, so please have your say in this consultation.

An EIA is required as part of a portfolio of evidence to be submitted to the Department for Transport in the application to build the scheme. It includes information from a host of surveys and assessments looking at, for example, ecology, landscape and cultural heritage, along with feedback from stakeholders to help inform design, including residents and landowners, as well as organisations such as Natural England and the Environment Agency.

During consultation, starting today, we’re seeking your views on how we can best manage and mitigate impacts of the scheme on the landscape and environment.   

Visit the consultation page for more information and to have your say www.greatercambridge.org.uk/c2c-eia

Consultation launch : 16 May 2022
C2C Webinar: 26 May 2022, Thursday 26 May, 5.30pm – to register for this event, please go to  https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_fQyySlmpQu6-ws3WlLLwQg
West Area Community Forum: 06 June 2022, Monday 6 June 6pm – to join the meeting, please register at https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_g_KCNScMRpGT_8szKLtIUA
Drop-in Public Exhibition: 14 June 2022, Tuesday 14 June, 5 – 8 pm, Main Hall, Cambourne Village College, Sheepfold Lane, CB23 6FR – to register for this event, please go to
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cambourne-to-cambridge-drop-in-exhibition-tickets-311042686047(External link) 
C2C Webinar: 20 June 2022, Monday 20 June, 6.30pm – to register for this event, please go to  https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_68s3JYV5QDOaLWbZIVorJg(External link)  
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with information about joining webinars.  
KEY DATES

To request a printed copy, a print copy in large print, Braille, in another language or on audio tape, please call 01223 699906.

There are also running webinars and public events, and coming to community meetings, including local parish council meetings, to share and discuss proposals. Find out more online – www.greatercambridge.org.uk/c2c-eia

Consultation closes at midday on Monday 11 July 2022. 

FOR INFO: Website update

There is an updated website being phased in currently – during this phase, the old website will still be maintained and can be accessed using https://oldwww.hardwick-cambs.org.uk

For any comments/feedback , please contact the webmaster

Roadworks: Cambridge Road 21st Feb to 4th March 2022

Dear residents,

Cambridgeshire Highways will shortly be carrying out local highways improvement works along Cambridge Road, Hardwick from Monday, 21st February 2022 for a period of two weeks. The proposed improvements will aim to reduce vehicle speeds travelling through the village; an initiative put forward by Hardwick Parish Council.

The proposed traffic calming measures include installation of buildouts forming a priority-working system at both approaches between Egremont Road junction and Kesters Close junction along Cambridge Road. Associated signage and road markings will also be implemented. Please find the attached plan for reference.

Give Way Cambridge Road

To ensure works are carried out safely and efficiently, a two-way traffic lights will be in place for the duration of the works. The works on-site will be carried out during the day between 07:30 am and 06:30 pm. Depending on the weather, and to stay on programme, the contractor may also have to work weekends. Permit reference number – CL900SCHEMES-CA.

Access will be maintained for properties and businesses within the scheme extents, however, there might be some delays. Traffic management operatives will be on site to assist you.

Please note that due to the nature of our works, there will be some noise generated when carrying out the works. This is unfortunately unavoidable; however, we will endeavour to complete them in a timely manner in order to minimise disruption to the residents.

We thank you in advance for your co-operation and understanding during this time.

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