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Local Council Tax Reduction Scheme Proposals

Fenland District Council is proposing some changes to its Local Council Tax Reduction Scheme that would take effect from 1 April 2022.

Fenland named as a priority place as Arts Council England announces commitment

Today, Arts Council England has announced that Fenland will be a priority place to focus on as part of the publication of its three-year Delivery Plan for 2021 - 2024.

Warmer, greener and cheaper homes as government opens a triple win upgrade for social housing

Warmer, greener and cheaper social homes are on the way for tens of thousands of people living in social housing in England.

Combined Authority agrees vital support for March's transformational high street project

District and town councillors for March are delighted that the town's Future High Streets Fund project can push ahead as planned - thanks to a £1.1million lifeline from the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority (CPCA).

Developer sought as historic Wisbech High Street renovation gets the go-ahead

Wisbech is poised for an historic High Street transformation after revised plans for a new shop and flats at 'The Gap' were given the go-ahead.

Pilot to tackle Covid-19 enduring transmission given the go-ahead

A pilot to address Covid-19 transmission in areas of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough where rates remain stubbornly high has been given the green light by Government.

Fenland and HSE team up to make sure businesses are COVID-secure

Fenland District Council's COVID and Environmental Health teams have teamed up with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to give local businesses extra support with their COVID-secure measures.

Preparations underway for Covid-safe elections

Preparations are underway in Cambridgeshire to ensure that residents can have their say in a Covid-safe way at the May local elections

Rapid testing sites now open across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

Almost 3,000 rapid tests were carried out by people who are leaving home regularly for work, volunteering or training last week at one of six new testing centres launched to seek out people with no symptoms who have Covid-19.

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