North East Cambridge Area Action Plan Issues and Options 2019

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North East Cambridge Area Action Plan Issues and Options 2019

Question 16: Should the AAP include any or a combination of the options below to improve pedestrian and cycling connectivity through the site and to the surrounding area?

Representation ID: 33458

Received: 25/03/2019

Respondent: Waterbeach Parish Council

Representation Summary:

Greenways link from the NEC to Waterbeach should include useage dedicated to cycle, bridleway, pedestrians, wheelchair and mobility scooter users. The towpath between the NEC and Waterbeach should be maintained for leisure to ensure a tranquil enjoyment of the banks of the river Cam. Cycle super highway and recreation tranquility uses need to be segregated.

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Q16: Greenways link from the NEC to Waterbeach should include useage dedicated to cycle, bridleway, pedestrians, wheelchair and mobility scooter users. The towpath between the NEC and Waterbeach should be maintained for leisure to ensure a tranquil enjoyment of the banks of the river Cam. Cycle super highway and recreation tranquility uses need to be segregated.

Q17: Issue crossing the railway line. The towpath should remain a tranquil area for leisure, dog walkers , fishermen, etc. This would also protect the riverbank from overuse and ensure users safety.

Q71: Relocation of the Milton WTC. Waterbeach Parish Council strongly agree that the AAP should include a strategy for the provision of water recycling capacity. WPC also believe that the existing site within the AAP is ideally situated and can be expanded to include capacity for Waterbeach New Town all within a brownfield site. This would avoid the need for de-contamination and maintain its situation within an Industrial area.

WPC would also suggest Local Planning Authorities make decisions on Water recycling in preference to leaving this to the market to resolve. Waterbeach Parish Council hope these decisions would then be made for technical reasons for the benefit of the people of Cambridge and the surrounding countryside.

Q84: Waterbeach Parish Council believe that it is important to ensure that the required upgrade of the A10 corridor and sustainable transport links between Cambridge and Ely are strategically delivered ahead of the proposed Waterbeach New Town and NEC should they come forward together. It is important that any decision regarding the relocation of the WTC is taken and managed by the Local Authorities within the AAP.

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North East Cambridge Area Action Plan Issues and Options 2019

Question 17: Should we explore delivery of a cycling and pedestrian bridge over the railway line to link into the River Cam towpath?

Representation ID: 33459

Received: 25/03/2019

Respondent: Waterbeach Parish Council

Representation Summary:

Issue crossing the railway line. The towpath should remain a tranquil area for leisure, dog walkers , fishermen, etc. This would also protect the riverbank from overuse and ensure users safety

Full text:

Q16: Greenways link from the NEC to Waterbeach should include useage dedicated to cycle, bridleway, pedestrians, wheelchair and mobility scooter users. The towpath between the NEC and Waterbeach should be maintained for leisure to ensure a tranquil enjoyment of the banks of the river Cam. Cycle super highway and recreation tranquility uses need to be segregated.

Q17: Issue crossing the railway line. The towpath should remain a tranquil area for leisure, dog walkers , fishermen, etc. This would also protect the riverbank from overuse and ensure users safety.

Q71: Relocation of the Milton WTC. Waterbeach Parish Council strongly agree that the AAP should include a strategy for the provision of water recycling capacity. WPC also believe that the existing site within the AAP is ideally situated and can be expanded to include capacity for Waterbeach New Town all within a brownfield site. This would avoid the need for de-contamination and maintain its situation within an Industrial area.

WPC would also suggest Local Planning Authorities make decisions on Water recycling in preference to leaving this to the market to resolve. Waterbeach Parish Council hope these decisions would then be made for technical reasons for the benefit of the people of Cambridge and the surrounding countryside.

Q84: Waterbeach Parish Council believe that it is important to ensure that the required upgrade of the A10 corridor and sustainable transport links between Cambridge and Ely are strategically delivered ahead of the proposed Waterbeach New Town and NEC should they come forward together. It is important that any decision regarding the relocation of the WTC is taken and managed by the Local Authorities within the AAP.

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North East Cambridge Area Action Plan Issues and Options 2019

Question 71: Should the AAP include a relocation strategy in preference to leaving this to the market to resolve?

Representation ID: 33460

Received: 25/03/2019

Respondent: Waterbeach Parish Council

Representation Summary:

Waterbeach Parish Council strongly agree that the AAP should include a strategy for the provision of water recycling capacity. WPC also believe that the existing site within the AAP is ideally situated and can be expanded to include capacity for Waterbeach New Town all within a brownfield site. This would avoid the need for de-contamination and maintain its situation within an Industrial area.

WPC would also suggest Local Planning Authorities make decisions on Water recycling in preference to leaving this to the market to resolve. Waterbeach Parish Council hope these decisions would then be made for technical reasons for the benefit of the people of Cambridge and the surrounding countryside.

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Q16: Greenways link from the NEC to Waterbeach should include useage dedicated to cycle, bridleway, pedestrians, wheelchair and mobility scooter users. The towpath between the NEC and Waterbeach should be maintained for leisure to ensure a tranquil enjoyment of the banks of the river Cam. Cycle super highway and recreation tranquility uses need to be segregated.

Q17: Issue crossing the railway line. The towpath should remain a tranquil area for leisure, dog walkers , fishermen, etc. This would also protect the riverbank from overuse and ensure users safety.

Q71: Relocation of the Milton WTC. Waterbeach Parish Council strongly agree that the AAP should include a strategy for the provision of water recycling capacity. WPC also believe that the existing site within the AAP is ideally situated and can be expanded to include capacity for Waterbeach New Town all within a brownfield site. This would avoid the need for de-contamination and maintain its situation within an Industrial area.

WPC would also suggest Local Planning Authorities make decisions on Water recycling in preference to leaving this to the market to resolve. Waterbeach Parish Council hope these decisions would then be made for technical reasons for the benefit of the people of Cambridge and the surrounding countryside.

Q84: Waterbeach Parish Council believe that it is important to ensure that the required upgrade of the A10 corridor and sustainable transport links between Cambridge and Ely are strategically delivered ahead of the proposed Waterbeach New Town and NEC should they come forward together. It is important that any decision regarding the relocation of the WTC is taken and managed by the Local Authorities within the AAP.

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North East Cambridge Area Action Plan Issues and Options 2019

Question 84: Do you have any other comments about the North East Cambridge area and/or AAP? Are there other issues and alternatives that the councils should consider? If you wish to make suggestions,

Representation ID: 33461

Received: 25/03/2019

Respondent: Waterbeach Parish Council

Representation Summary:

Waterbeach Parish Council believe that it is important to ensure that the required upgrade of the A10 corridor and sustainable transport links between Cambridge and Ely are strategically delivered ahead of the proposed Waterbeach New Town and NEC should they come forward together. It is important that any decision regarding the relocation of the WTC is taken and managed by the Local Authorities within the AAP.

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Q16: Greenways link from the NEC to Waterbeach should include useage dedicated to cycle, bridleway, pedestrians, wheelchair and mobility scooter users. The towpath between the NEC and Waterbeach should be maintained for leisure to ensure a tranquil enjoyment of the banks of the river Cam. Cycle super highway and recreation tranquility uses need to be segregated.

Q17: Issue crossing the railway line. The towpath should remain a tranquil area for leisure, dog walkers , fishermen, etc. This would also protect the riverbank from overuse and ensure users safety.

Q71: Relocation of the Milton WTC. Waterbeach Parish Council strongly agree that the AAP should include a strategy for the provision of water recycling capacity. WPC also believe that the existing site within the AAP is ideally situated and can be expanded to include capacity for Waterbeach New Town all within a brownfield site. This would avoid the need for de-contamination and maintain its situation within an Industrial area.

WPC would also suggest Local Planning Authorities make decisions on Water recycling in preference to leaving this to the market to resolve. Waterbeach Parish Council hope these decisions would then be made for technical reasons for the benefit of the people of Cambridge and the surrounding countryside.

Q84: Waterbeach Parish Council believe that it is important to ensure that the required upgrade of the A10 corridor and sustainable transport links between Cambridge and Ely are strategically delivered ahead of the proposed Waterbeach New Town and NEC should they come forward together. It is important that any decision regarding the relocation of the WTC is taken and managed by the Local Authorities within the AAP.

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