Please see the below notice for information on the September 16th road closures:
A number of Paris Councillors were at the Feast on Sunday to discuss ‘big issues’ with residents. The main areas covered were:
- Green belt and affordable housing
- Memorial Hall and car park redevelopment
- Additional recreational space for the village
- Public toilets on the rec.
The next meeting of the Stapleford and Great Shelford Neighbourhood Plan steering group is to take place on June 27th in the Great Shelford Memorial Hall at 7.30pm. All are welcome to attend and share their thoughts on local issues.
Village residents will be pleased to know that the temporary 4 way traffic light system at Woollards Lane / London Road junction will be removed by the end of the working day on Friday 1st June 2018.
For a trial 3 month period the Parish Council have agreed to allow a food van to set up shop every Wednesday from 5.30pm to 8.30pm in the Memorial Hall car park . This business will offer Taiwanese Bao and asian influenced bowl food, alternating weekly between a traditional and a vegetarian menu. The Parish Council is keen to receive village residents feedback on this business as we will be reviewing its presence in the village on a monthly basis. For any comments, please contact the parish clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Co-op have submitted amended versions of two of their planning applications: S/4461/17/VC and S/4463/17/FL. Both are on the Planning Committee Agenda for meeting on 17th April 2018. Could residents who have a view and cannot attend the meeting please forward any comments direct to Chair of Planning email@example.com.
Parish council elections will commence on May 3rd 2018.
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From May 17th to May 18th, the level crossing on Granhams Road will be closed for maintenance. This closure includes both the road and the footpath. Please plan your journeys accordingly.
Cambridgeshire County Council’s service provider will shortly be carrying out a lantern replacement programme in Abberley Wood. The existing street lighting lanterns will be replaced with more energy efficient LED lanterns which will produce a white light. The works to replace the lanterns will not involve any excavations in the road/footpath and each lantern replacement will be completed within one working day. The effected lanterns are LC3 to 13.