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Cambridge Northern Fringe East AAP - Issues and Options

Question 5

Representation ID: 30239

Received: 02/02/2015

Respondent: Cambridge Sport Lakes Trust

Representation Summary:

Cambridge Sport Lakes Trust support Boundary Extension Option (B) Chesterton Sidings Triangle as we believe it significantly enhances the green transport options for the Cambridge Northern Fringe.

Full text:

Cambridge Sport Lakes Trust support Boundary Extension Option (B) Chesterton Sidings Triangle as we believe it significantly enhances the green transport options for the Cambridge Northern Fringe.

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Cambridge Northern Fringe East AAP - Issues and Options

Question 13

Representation ID: 30241

Received: 02/02/2015

Respondent: Cambridge Sport Lakes Trust

Representation Summary:

We absolutely support the proposals for the CNFE area as included in option 4 as we believe the density has to be maximised in order to make the development as efficient as possible. We also support the associated need to relocate the water recycling centre and in principle any general improvement to the treatment works.

Full text:

We absolutely support the proposals for the CNFE area as included in option 4 as we believe the density has to be maximised in order to make the development as efficient as possible. We also support the associated need to relocate the water recycling centre and in principle any general improvement to the treatment works.

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Cambridge Northern Fringe East AAP - Issues and Options

Question 18c

Representation ID: 30244

Received: 02/02/2015

Respondent: Cambridge Sport Lakes Trust

Representation Summary:

Although Cambridge has historically not been developed upwards it will be important to maximise the commercial value of this development and there is no immediate historic skyline that we feel must be protected.

Full text:

Although Cambridge has historically not been developed upwards it will be important to maximise the commercial value of this development and there is no immediate historic skyline that we feel must be protected.

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Cambridge Northern Fringe East AAP - Issues and Options

Question 40

Representation ID: 30247

Received: 02/02/2015

Respondent: Cambridge Sport Lakes Trust

Representation Summary:

We welcome the proposed attention to cycle improvements linked to both the Chisholm Trail and Milton Road. Consideration also needs to be given to how cycling and walking linkages could be improved to the north of the area, specifically linking to Milton Country Park and the River Cam/Hailing Way. A further pedestrian / cycle tunnel under or bridge over the A14 to the West of the River Cam and East of the existing Coston Cycle Bridge would bring significant benefits and we would like this to be considered.

Full text:

We welcome the proposed attention to cycle improvements linked to both the Chisholm Trail and Milton Road. Consideration also needs to be given to how cycling and walking linkages could be improved to the north of the area, specifically linking to Milton Country Park and the River Cam/Hailing Way. A further pedestrian / cycle tunnel under or bridge over the A14 to the West of the River Cam and East of the existing Coston Cycle Bridge would bring significant benefits and we would like this to be considered.

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