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District Council Matters


Since becoming your District Councillor in the May elections, I’ve been getting reacquainted with South Cambridgeshire District Council and meeting the officers whose help I will need to take forward your queries and concerns. I was particularly pleased to meet with Housing officers and Jephsons Housing Association who are creating the homes in the road which will be called ‘Melrose’, off Whitecroft Road, and to learn that all of the shared equity homes have been bid for by Meldreth families. The same process is beginning for the rental properties and again Meldreth residents on the Homelink register have put their names forward for these.


Other officers whose help I’ve sought, have included Environmental Health for noise disturbance, Planning for a whole variety of concerns including enforcement of planning conditions, and Community Transport in advance of the expected withdrawal of the 128 bus subsidy in September 2014. I’ve also requested, on behalf of the Parish Council, that we work together with District Council officers to work up viable plans for whatever the village decides it wants to see developed at Mettle Hill.


Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any queries.


Susan van de Ven (01763) 261833


susanvandeven@yahoo.co.uk Questions for your Councillor?


I am holding a drop-in advice surgery at Melbourn Library Access Point, in the green portable cabin adjacent to the entrance to Melbourn Village College on Monday 1st July and every first Monday of the month (except August), from 2.30 - 3.30pm.


If these dates are not convenient for you and you’d like to make an appointment to meet at another time or closer to home, please let me know.


Susan van de Ven


County and District Councillor Tel (01763) 261833 www.susanvandeven.com


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