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An image relating to Second 'call for sites' as timetable is updated for Fenland's new Local Plan
Landowners and developers are being given a second opportunity to suggest where new homes and space for business could be created in Fenland as part of preparations on the new Local Plan.
An image relating to Council's new 'pavement licence' will allow premises to offer al fresco dining
Local food and drink businesses are invited to apply for a free pavement licence.
An image relating to Fenland leisure centres ready to reopen
Fenland's four leisure centres will reopen their doors to the public this weekend, helping customers get back to their favourite sports and fitness activities.
An image relating to Face-to-face customer services reopening for pre-booked appointments
Fenland District Council's Customer Service Centres and Community Hubs are reopening to the public on an appointment only basis.
An image relating to Praise for Council's efforts during pandemic as it secures customer service excellence
Fenland District Council has once again been reaccredited with the Cabinet Office's prestigious Customer Service Excellence (CSE) Standard following an annual inspection.
An image relating to Residents can now pay for Council bills at Post Offices and convenience stores across Fenland
Fenland District Council has introduced a new way to pay for Council services, giving residents more choice and convenience when paying their bills.
An image relating to Boost for rail commuters as station car park plans steam ahead
Plans to create new car parks at Manea and Whittlesea railway stations have taken a step closer to fruition with the appointment of a specialist contractor to develop the schemes
Work is pressing ahead with three key highway schemes identified as part of the Wisbech Access Strategy - two of which are due to start construction in Winter 2020/21. The schemes aim to reduce congestion to support future housing and job growth for the town.
Local residents are being reminded not to lose their voice on decisions that affect them by making sure their household details are up to date.

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