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Whitecroft Road, having had considerable interest from several Meldreth residents. Shared equity properties have all gone to Meldreth residents and the rented properties are also showing a high interest from Meldreth residents. The developers 'Jephsons' are responsible for housing allocation, not SCDC.


 Regrettably, SCDC has abolished its Sustainable Energy Committee which was the catalyst for the Sustainable Parish Energy Partnership, although says it will continue the SPEP project.


County Councillor’s Report  Councillor van de Ven has again asked Balfour Beatty to complete the restoration of the lamp at the corner of North End/Fenny Lane and has asked when the dimming process is to begin. A resident has made the important point that lamps in trees are detrimental to wildlife and in particular, birds. This seems an important oversight in the street lighting policy and Councillor van de Ven has contacted Cambridgeshire County Council for a response.


 The A10 Corridor Cycling Campaign held a very successful event on 19th May, cycling from Trumpington and Royston in two groups and convening at Phillimore’s Garden Centre, which kindly hosted our group of about 150 people for refreshments. Sir Graham Bright, the Police and Crime Commissioner, joined the group and discussions on safer cycling were held.


 Cambridgeshire County Council is very enthusiastic about finding ways to continue supporting the work of Melbourn Area Youth Development (MAYD) as a unique initiative involving Parish Council collaboration. The grant funding received this year has provided an excellent professional coordinator to pull things together. Crucially, this has provided special access to a ‘Detached Youth Work’ resource which can be deployed in any of the villages if and when problems arise around low level anti-social behaviour. This has been the case of late in Melbourn and through MAYD we know that current issues there involve people from surrounding villages. MAYD is also preparing to offer several activities for the summer: bike bank, horse riding training and youth club evenings in each participating village. This builds on the success of last year.


Village Maintenance:


It was agreed to plant another tree at the war memorial. The tree will be planted in September/October. It was agreed to purchase a Pride of


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