St Neots town centre is being “dragged down” by the state of the dilapidated Old Falcon Hotel in Market Square, a councillor has said.
A new local plan which will help shape the face of Huntingdonshire until 2036 has cleared a major hurdle.
An appeal is taking place to decide whether the owner of the Old Falcon Hotel, on the Market Square, can proceed with his plans to create flats, shops, cafes and restaurants on the site.
Infrastructure in Huntingdonshire is “grinding to a halt” because planning permission is being granted in the wrong areas, a senior councillor has said.
The Huntingdon parliamentary constituency could be renamed under plans being considered by the Boundary Commission for England.
Shoppers will be offered two hours free parking in St Neots throughout October by way of an apology for a technical fault which led to hundreds of people wrongly receiving fines.
Beales department store in St Neots has been forced to “apologise unreservedly” after hundreds of people were issued with parking fines due to a computer error.
A meeting is being held in St Neots next week to discuss plans to build the first of three new primary schools on the eastern edge of the town.
A petition has been launched to put pressure on the district council to make a compulsory purchase of the Old Falcon Hotel in St Neots.
A controversial plan to close three customer service centres in Huntingdonshire has been shelved by councillors.
A group of St Neots parents whose children have been denied places at the Round House School on Love’s Farm are campaigning to secure entry in time for the September intake.
A St Neots councillor has warned of a plague of rats in the town if measures are not taken to control vermin on a housing estate.
The interim chair man of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority says he would like to see a new enterprise zone created between St Neots and Cambourne.
Plans to reorganise parish and district council elections in Huntingdonshire sparked a heated exchange which saw four councillors walk out of a meeting.
A project that will see a miniature railway installed at the Riverside Park in St Neots has been boosted by £500.
Opposition is growing over plans to build almost 200 homes on the outskirts of Little Paxton near St Neots with one councillor describing the proposals as “simply wrong”.