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Waterbeach, Fulbourn, and Comberton Greenways Consultation Launch

Published: Monday, October 15, 2018


A view of a path through a green space in Waterbeach. The path runs from the left of the image, away from the camera towards the centre of the image. Beside the path there is a bench. To the left of the path there is a large hedgerow, and to the right, a more open space with grass and trees.

This autumn, people are invited to share their views on the proposed Waterbeach, Fulbourn and Comberton Greenways – high quality walking, cycling and equestrian routes.

The Greater Cambridge Partnership launched the public consultations on the Waterbeach and Fulbourn proposals today (15 October). The consultation closes on 3 December.

Plans for the Comberton Greenway will go out for public consultation on 29 October, with that consultation set to close on 17 December.

Officers will be on hand to answer questions at five upcoming public events:

Location

Date

Time

Cherry Hinton Leisure -
Village Colville Rd, Cambridge CB1 9EJ

Tuesday 6 November

5pm - 7pm

Waterbeach Salvation Army -
7 Station Rd, Waterbeach, Cambridge CB25 9HT

Monday 12 November

5pm - 7pm

Comberton Village Hall - 
Hines Ln, Comberton, Cambridge CB23 7BZ

Wednesday 14 November

6pm - 8pm

Fulbourn Centre -
31 Home End, Fulbourn, Cambridge CB21 5BS

Tuesday 20 November

4pm - 7pm

Coton Village Hall -
56 High St, Cambridge CB23 7PL

Wednesday 21 November

6pm - 8pm

People can help to shape the proposals by completing a survey on the GCP’s online engagement tool, Consult Cambs, or by completing and returning a paper copy in the post.

For further information about the Greater Cambridge Greenways, a network of 12 high quality walking, cycling and equestrian routes linking surrounding villages to the city, visit www.greatercambridge.org.uk/greenways