The Parish Office has received this invitation for members of the public to view the plans for the Northstowe Education Campus. The public consultation will be held on Wednesday 21st February between 3.30pm and 7.00pm at the Pathfinder School, Northstowe.
The Police & Crime Commissioner has asked that we share the following link with you.
The Commissioner is proposing to increase the policing part of the Council Tax by £1 per month per household – £12.00 per year (based on a Band D property). The link above is the press release detailing information for your consideration.
To have your say, please visit the survey which can be found at – https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/W3CD8P3
They would welcome your opinion. The consultation will be running until 29th January 2018.
11th August 2017
from County Cllr Peter Hudson
At last month’s Parish Council meeting, I was asked for details on the proposed transformation of children services and agreed that as soon as I had FULL details of the plan I will let them know. I had hoped to get this into the Longstanton Life, but the deadline was way before the full details became available. However as with all County Council Consultations, a link to this consultation was placed on the Parish Council Web Site as is all my monthly reports. Continue Reading
1st August 2017
Cambridgeshire County Council have opened a public consultation on proposed changes to Children’s Centres.
These provide vital services to children and their families.
It’s important to take part to make sure the proposals work where you live. Find out more and take part in the consultation by using this link.
18th July 2017
Longstanton Parish Council has been contacted by the Police & Crime Commissioner’s office asking that the following information be shared with residents of the village.
On Monday the 3rd July, the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Police and Crime Commissioner, Jason Ablewhite, launched his fire governance consultation.
All the information regarding the consultation, including a short survey, can be found using the link.
The consultation closes on 4th September 2017.
23rd January 2017
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group has today launched a consultation on a future model for an Integrated Out of Hours base at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (Addenbrooke’s)
What we are asking you
This consultation is to gather the views and opinions of the public on the proposal to move the Cambridge GP Out of Hours base from Chesterton Medical Centre to Cambridge University Hospitals Foundation Trust (Addenbrooke’s). We want to understand what people think of this proposal.
15th August 2016 – received from Cambridgeshire County Council
Not long left to have your say on Cambridgeshire and Peterborough devolution deal
Residents and businesses have until Tuesday 23 August 2016 to give their views on a proposed devolution deal for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
Seven councils and the Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough Enterprise Partnership have joined together to ask Government for some powers, responsibilities and funding to be transferred from Central Government to Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
This means a greater number of decisions on public services would be made locally, rather than nationally.
In the deal local people could have control over a new £600 million fund (£20million annually) to improve transport and infrastructure as well as £170 million to build more homes in the county.
11th May 2016
Longstanton Parish Council has received correspondence from the Local Government Boundary Commission detailing final recommendations planned for changing the electoral divisions for Cambridgeshire. Please note that any comments you wish to make should be made by 20th June 2016. All information can be found at their website.
6th April 2016
Longstanton Parish Council has received correspondence from the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group detailing changes planned for the ‘Future Model for Pharmacy Services in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough’. Please note that any comments you wish to make should be made by 24th May 2016. All information can be found at their website.
11th February 2016
The questionnaire for 11-18 year-olds is now available for completion. Please spread the word for our younger members of the community to complete the survey which is open until the end of February 2016.