Category Archives: Histon & Impington Parish Council

Neighbourhood plan consultation

Taken from www.hisimp.net by David Jenkins The Parish Council has applied to South Cambridgeshire District Council  to designate the ‘Histon and Impington Neighbourhood Area’ with a view to developing a Neighbourhood…

Annual Parish Meeting for Histon and Impington 19th May

Original article from Hisimp.net by Clerk The Annual Parish Meetings for Histon and Impington are being held at the new St Andrew’s Centre in School Hill, Histon on Monday 19th May…

Good news on successful application for dog and litter bin

Original article from Hisimp.net by Clerk The Council’s Environment Committee has carried out an audit of our litter and dog bins and sent a request to South Cambs District Council…

A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon Improvement Scheme Consultations

A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvement scheme are now available for comment as part of a 10-week period of public statutory consultation commencing on 7 April 2014 and concluding on 15…

Villages Neighbourhood – Digital Village

As part of the Villages Neighbourhood plan I am working on the Digital Village part. I am trying to get an idea on how our Broadband is in the village…

Good news for older houses

Original article from hisimp.net by Councillor South Cambs’ SPEP, the Sustainable Parish Energy Partnership of which Histon & Impington Parish Council is a member, has been successful, in partnership with other…

New bus shelter for the Copse

Original article from hisimp.net by David Jenkiins The County Council announced in January that it had secured £1.7 million of funding from the Department for Transport’s Better Bus Area Fund (BBAF)….

Potential improvements to School Hill

Original Article from hismip.net by David Jenkins The St Andrew’s Centre, with the support of the Parish Council, applied for funding under the County Council’s Local Highway Improvements Programme for 2014/15…

Good housekeeping at the Peace Memorial

Original article from hisimp.net by David Jenkins For some reason people seem to refer to the monument at the coming together of Water Lane and Station Road as the ‘war…