Tag Archives: Histon & Impington Parish Council

Flood maps from the Environment Agency

From Hisimp.net by Councillor The Environment Agency has published new and up-to-date maps showing which parts of the country are at risk of flooding. They show the risk of flooding from…

A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon Improvement Scheme

News from the Parish Council Original Link HERE Update received from Highways Agency: For those who responded to the questionnaire used during our recent consultation  on options and, in doing…

Street lighting update

by David Jenkins on December 6, 2013 David Jenkins and Denis Payne met officers at CCC and Balfour Beatty management to raise concerns about recent activity in the community. They were…

Chancellor’s autumn statement: good news for Cambridge

by Councillor on December 6, 2013 Hidden away in the Chancellor’s autumn statement it says: ’1.235 The government is committed to delivering with Greater Cambridge their proposals on Gain Share a payment…

A14 toll: has the government changed it’s mind?

By David Jenkins, The Financial Times reports today that the Government is set to drop its proposal for tolling on the A14 after the proposed widening is put in place. The article…

Our Young People Have Spoken

In July, Histon and Impington Youth Committee asked for feedback from our young people and their parents to help develop a new range of youth activities in the villages. A…

Good turnout for Bypass Farm meeting

There were maybe 80-100 people at the Bypass Farm meeting last night. It was a good event with lots of good community involvement. Neil Davies, supported by Brian Ing and…

Happy Halloween!

The following has just gone out on eCops: Dear eCops subscriber, Ghosts and ghouls are set to hit the streets of Cambridgeshire on Thursday as children across the county celebrate…

New web-site for Histon & Impington Parish Council

by David Jenkins on October 31, 2013 This site has been effectively live for a few days now, what they call in the trade a soft launch, so it won’t be…

The long awaited 30mph speed limit north of The Green

It is now two or three years since the majority of the southern section of the B1049 through our villages was reduced to a limit of 30mph. One of the most…