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Consultation launched on a new Decent Homes Standard for the private rented sector

Tenants in Fenland are being encouraged to have their say on government plans to introduce a legally binding Decent Homes Standard (DHS) to the private rented sector for the first time.

Fenland District Council improves property-buying process in the area

From today (6 September), buying a property in Fenland has become quicker and simpler for everyone.

A new political map for Fenland District Council

Fenland is set to have new boundaries for its council wards

Rail passengers can give their views on March station redevelopment

Train passengers can talk directly to rail managers and transport representatives during a 'Meet the manager' feedback session at March station on 6 September.

Try your hand at ancient craft skill at FREE heritage workshop in Wisbech (**Fully Booked**)

Craft and heritage enthusiasts are being offered the chance to learn an ancient skill with a stained glass master artist, at a free workshop in Wisbech later this month.

Help shape Fenland's future by having your say on new Draft Local Plan

Residents, businesses, and organisations across Fenland are being invited to share their views on where new housing, employment growth and infrastructure is delivered in the district over the next 18 years.

Community Safety Event in Murrow

Fenland District Council's Community Safety team will be heading to Murrow next week as part of a local book café event.

Whittlesey Festival appeals for more volunteers ahead of 2023 return

Organisers of one of Fenland's favourite festivals are appealing for new volunteers to help make its post-pandemic return bigger and better than ever before.

Discover more about the history of Wisbech General Cemetery and Chapel

Residents and visitors to Wisbech are being invited to find out more about one of the first Victorian burial grounds in the country during a special event at Wisbech General Cemetery and Chapel as part of the nationwide Heritage Open Days campaign.

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