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 76: Should the AAP state that the Councils will consider use of their Compulsory Purchase powers? If so, should the AAP also set out the circumstances under which this would appropriate?

Representation ID: 33023

Received: 25/03/2019

Respondent: Orchard Street Investment Management

Agent: Turley

Representation Summary:

If the Council intend to follow the proposed action set out in question 75, then this should be made very clear in the Masterplan and should form part of the Examination by an Inspector to enable this approach to be examined and representations made.

Full text:

If the Council intend to follow the proposed action set out in question 75, then this should be made very clear in the Masterplan and should form part of the Examination by an Inspector to enable this approach to be examined and representations made.

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North East Cambridge Area Action Plan Issues and Options 2019

Question 36: Which of the following approaches should the AAP take to existing industrial uses in the North East Cambridge area?

Representation ID: 33029

Received: 25/03/2019

Respondent: Orchard Street Investment Management

Agent: Turley

Representation Summary:

As with any City, Cambridge needs to be able to provide jobs for a wide mix of residents with a variety of skill sets. Currently this area, including the Science Park is able to accommodate a variety of business uses, including industrial, some of which complement one another. There are very few examples of this type of provision within the City and to lose all industrial uses in this location would not only alter the character of the area significantly but would also alienate a large proportion of the local workforce.

Full text:

As with any City, Cambridge needs to be able to provide jobs for a wide mix of residents with a variety of skill sets. Currently this area, including the Science Park is able to accommodate a variety of business uses, including industrial, some of which complement one another. There are very few examples of this type of provision within the City and to lose all industrial uses in this location would not only alter the character of the area significantly but would also alienate a large proportion of the local workforce.

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