Update 2nd April 2019

Dear all,

Update 2nd April, 2019

AGM Notification, 5 April 6.30—8.30, ‘Making an Inclusive City’ – Robin Hambleton, The Perse School, Hills Road.

See link below. Wine, drinks and nibbles from 6.30pm. The meeting starts promptly at 7pm.

http://fecra.org.uk/ or https://bit.ly/2ICG5GS

The AGM documents are posted on our website. There will be a limited number of copies available at the event on Friday so please take time to read them and/or download them before the meeting. See link below.

http://fecra.org.uk/fecra-minutes/

All members of the Committee are standing again but we are keen to encourage others to get involved. Let Committee members know on Friday if you are interested. We actively welcome ideas and support.

The Wildlife Trusts – The Wind in the Willows – film

The Wildlife Trusts have given special permission for their newly released trailer for The Wind in the Willows, featuring voice overs from David Attenborough and Alison Steadman ( 2 mins) to be shown on Friday. They will have a stand at the event too.  Please give them your support. Cambridge’s wildlife needs it.

Planners briefing – Local Plan- 16 May, 6.30 – 8pm, Guildhall, Small Hall

Let us know if you and any of your members would like to attend the briefing. The session will run from 6.30pm until 8pm with the format being a presentation from officers followed by time for questions. Are there particular questions you would like the planners to address? If so let us know. We have to submit them before Friday, 2rd May. The session will be tightly focused on the Local Plan. The planners will not be addressing matters relating to specific planning applications. This is an opportunity for you to get valuable  information about the implications of the Local Plan and ask questions.

https://www.cambridge.gov.uk/local-plan-2018

A reminder of some of the concerns you shared with us before the Local Plan was approved.

http://fecra.org.uk/local-plan-update-12th-feb/

We look forward to seeing you on Friday. Spread the word in your networks. All are welcome. It should be fun.

Best wishes,

Wendy

Wendy Blythe

Chair, FeCRA

www.fecra.org.uk

www.facebook.com/CambridgeRAs

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