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The Cambridge Commons AGM
Thursday 11 October 2018
Friends Meeting House, 12 Jesus Lane
Tamasin Cave on corporate lobbying
What would you propose to transform Cambridge for the better? How can we pool our collective energy to have the most impact? What can we learn from the speakers at imagine2027 to make the city fairer and more equal? We hosted an incredible Forum on Action at the last talk in the imagine2027 series showcasing
The region’s planners have badly underestimated employment growth in the Cambridge area with drastic consequences for housing, congestion and living standards, according to research commissioned by lobby group Cambridge Ahead. South Cambridgeshire has been particularly hard hit, the research suggests, with planners working on a 0.6% growth assumption compared to a more realistic 4.2%. As
The Cambridge Commons has been invited to submit evidence to a major commission on the regional economy. The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Independent Economic Review is eager to hear evidence from local groups The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Independent Economic Review (CPIER) has been set up to establish a coherent strategic position on regional growth, infrastructure and