News

Ray Manning re-elected as SCDC Leader

Council Leader re-elected as new Cabinet confirmedThe Leader of South Cambridgeshire District Council, Cllr Ray Manning, has been re-elected to head up the council today (Thursday 24 May) at the Council’s Annual General Meeting.

Volunteers bag the big tidy up

Histon and Impington volunteers have picked up over 20 bin bags of litter after adding their weight to a national ‘Big Tidy Up’ campaign

County Council news – May 2012 [1]

John's County Council report for the first half of May 2012 includes young disabled people puttng their talents on show at and employment information event, Park & Read during adult learner’s week, new musical opportunities for young people in Cambridgeshire, the improvements to Cottenham to Histon cycleway are completed and additional cycle parking spaces are to be introduced at Cambridge station.

SCDC – new faces on Cabinet

New Cabinet plans announced by LeaderTwo new faces are to be brought into South Cambridgeshire District Council’s Cabinet if Cllr Ray Manning is re-elected as leader of the Council at the annual general meeting on 24 May.

2012 SCDC election results

Results are in following residents going to the polls to elect councillors for a third of the seats on South Cambridgeshire District Council.  The Conservative Party remained in overall control of the Council and now hold 33 seats, with the Liberal Democrats holding 16, Labour one and seven Independent councillors making up the 57 seats in total.  Overall voter turnout was just under 35%.

County Council news – April 2012

John Renyolds covers a mutiude of County Council items from the County's Registration service's concerns about sham marragies, record income for the County's farms estate and recycling awards to clawing back the proceeds of crime, progress on the A14 study and a better bus area fund.