CAMBRIDGESHIRE Fire and Rescue Service has said that one of its biggest challenges over the next year could be the building of a fire station in Cambourne. In the fire authority's 2007/08 service improvement plan, one of the 15 priorities is to build a retained fire station at Cambourne with room a single fire engine. The cost of the project will be £750,000, with £550,000 coming from developers. A spokesman for Cambridge Fire and Rescue service told The Hunts Post that because the villages are a low risk area, a new station would focus on protection and prevention while emergency response would continue to come from Papworth. Graham Stagg, assistant fire chief, said a fire station at Cambourne was very likely and if the plan was agreed, work could start this summer.