The next meeting of Milton Parish Council Planning Committee is to be held in the Bowls Pavilion on Monday 20th September at 7:00pm.
Members of the Public and the Press are cordially invited to attend.
The next meeting of Milton Parish Council Maintenance Committee to be held in the Bowls Pavilion on Monday 20th September at 7:45pm. Members of the Public and the Press are cordially invited to attend.
Milton Parish Council are pleased to announce the launch of our Facebook page. Here you will find all the latest stories and information about your village which may have been missed on other pages. We will bring you news from MPC meetings, decisions as to what is happening in the village and keep you up to date on any new developments. To be kept up to date with what is happening in the village please follow the page.
The next meeting of Milton Parish Council to be held in the Bowls Pavilion on Monday 6th September at 7.30pm.
Members of the Public and the Press are cordially invited to attend
Agenda Sept 2021
We have received the attached notification of overnight roadworks between Junctions 33-37 in both directions for essential maintenance work.
A14 roadworks Junction 33-37
The group was formed last year by representatives from the local Councils, the Village Church, Milton Online, local parents, Milton Surgery Patient participation group & Community Café formed the Milton Covid-19 Support Group to co-ordinate support for people in the village during the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
Volunteers are available to help people who are ill and/or self-isolating in the village who may need support with:
– a friendly phone call
– grocery shopping
– picking up medications
– posting mail
– dog walking
If you are ill or self-isolating, and you need support at this time, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, address, contact number and what you need help with, or telephone 07933 550 989. We will try to put in you in touch with a volunteer who can help you.
We have been notified of upcoming traffic restrictions in Milton for the laying of a new gas main from Milton and onwards through Waterbeach.
There should not be any full closures, but the work will involve one way traffic working with 2 or 3 phase lights and closure of the cycle lane. Access for vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians should be maintained throughout. Active work on the trench and pipeline is expected to be during normal working hours Monday – Friday.
The trench is expected to be on the North bound carriageway so cyclist and pedestrians may be diverted onto the East side of the road at times.
We understand that the work will be done in four phases each approximately 6 weeks in duration beginning in July starting on Cambridge Road between Bene’t Close and the Northern end of The Rowans, from there to Butt Lane, then to the junction of High Street/Ely Road, and finally along Ely Road onto the A10. The work is expected to be on the North bound carriage way so cyclist and pedestrians may be diverted onto the East side of the road at times.
The pipes are joined above ground before lowering into the trench. Each phase will be reinstated on completion of the section.
Work is expected to start on 8th July from Bene’t Close. We await confirmation of the subsequent phase dates.
We have been asked to share the following message from Stagecoach which includes reinstatement of the Milton Park and Ride service-
“Please find attached a route-by-route overview of service changes being introduced on our Cambridgeshire network from Sunday 20th June 2021. A full set of timetables can also be found on our website here: https://www.stagecoachbus.com/promos-and-offers/east/east-covid19-services”
Link to Service Change Overview attachment
The following notification has been received from the Cambridge Waste Water Treatment Plant Relocation Project Team.
“We are writing to inform you of some survey work that will be taking place over the weekend at some proposed construction areas for the Cambridge Waste Water Treatment Plant Relocation project.
The survey works will involve the flying of drones, so that we can get better ground level detail to feed into our designs for the plant. The work will help us produce an accurate digital terrain map and digital surface map.
We can confirm that the accredited drone pilots are working with operational authorisation granted by the UK Civil Aviation Authority. There will also be several surveyors walking around the area to establish ground control who will be carrying theodolites and/or prisms. All data gathered is fully compliant with GDPR regulations.”