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‘Price is right’ for Cambridgeshire mayor says Labour leader CorbynBen Comber, Cambridge Independent, 10 March 2017
Article reports that at Water Lane, Cambridge 4 March 2017 Jeremy Corbyn, Labour leader, said:
“It was fantastic to see this state-of-the-art housing development delivered by the Labour-run council in Cambridge.”Full article on cambridgeindependent.co.uk
Last man standingGARETH MACPHERSON, Cambridge News, 23 May 2014
A DEFIANT tenant in a row of council houses controversially marked for demolition is staying put - as the authority prepares to evict him.
Green light to demolish and rebuild homesChris Havergal, Cambridge News, 5 December 2013
CONSTRUCTION of more than 90 homes on three sites across Cambridge has been approved as part of a huge council house redevelopment programme.
Council homes facing the bulldozer for second timeChris Havergal, Cambridge News, 18 January 2013
DEMOLITION of council houses has been approved for the second time, despite opposition from tenants.
Council homes set for bulldozerCambridge News, 16 January 2013
There were hopes further work would lead to the residents being allowed to stay, but a report to the council's community services committee, which meets tomorrow, recommends the schemes are approved again.
Move driven by finance aloneClare Blair, Letter in Cambridge News, 5 December 2012
Housing demolitions in Water Lane Cambridge: a letter in the local paper from Clare Blair in reply to a letter from city councillor Tim Blick 16 days earlier.
“Had these tenants not had the misfortune to be sited round a peaceful central green space of the kind developers love to build on, they would be left in peace.”Full article
Tenants hope review will be lifeline to staying putChris Havergal, Cambridge News, 22 November 2012
Water Lane evictions and house demolitions in The Cambridge News. The first paragraph is:
COUNCIL house tenants facing eviction under a Cambridge-wide redevelopment programme are hoping a review could signal a U-turn.
Tenants ‘led up the garden path’Councillor Tim Bick, Letter in Cambridge News, 19 November 2012
Water Lane council house demolitions - A letter in a local paper by Cambridge City Council leader Tim Bick.Full article
Widow begs: Don't bulldoze my homeChris Havergal, Cambridge Evening News, 25 October 2012
Evictions and house demolitions in Water Lane is the topic of this report from The Cambridge News. The first paragraph is:
A WIDOW who is facing eviction under council plans to bulldoze and rebuild her home fears she won't survive the upheaval.
Homes to be bulldozed despite residents' pleaChris Havergal, Cambridge News, 12 October 2012
Demolition of 24 properties in Water Lane, East Chesterton, and 24 maisonettes in Aylesborough Close, King's Hedges, was approved by Cambridge City Council yesterday.