Local and National Government

In addition to our village – or in government speak parish – Comberton Parish Council,
we have other representatives:

District and County Councillors

District Councillor – Tim Scott 01223 263 434

County Councillor – Lina Maria Joseph  07402 351 821

Lina Joseph’s first report to us as our new County Councillor. Click here to read

Mayor for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough – James Palmer

Member of Parliament

Heidi Allen MP

her website

Email: heidi.allen.mp@parliament.uk

Their respective bodies are :

the South Cambridge District Council

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    • Half of Smithy Fen pitches already back within planning rules following Council action 18th August 2017
      11 of 22 pitches at a Cottenham Travellers’ site, that were in breach of their planning permission, are now complying with their conditions again.In July, South Cambridgeshire District Council issued breach of planning condition legal notices to landlords and occupants of the pitches at Smithy Fen.This was due to the presence of excess caravans or […]
    • Work starts on 14 new homes on Council site in Gamlingay 15th August 2017
      Demolition work has started on a South Cambridgeshire District Council-owned site in Gamlingay to make way for 14 new homes, ten of which will be affordable.The scheme in Robinson Court will see 32 bedsits make way for new, energy efficient properties.The new properties will help address the shortage of affordable housing in Gamlingay, by providing […]
    • Around 300 South Cambridgeshire businesses could receive funds from rate relief 14th August 2017
      Hundreds of South Cambridgeshire companies could receive financial relief from increases in business rates.It could see each awarded an average of £1,200.During the budget in March this year, the Chancellor announced a £300million fund to support those firms facing the steepest rises in business rates, because of changes to the way their rates are calculated.South […]

the Cambridgeshire County Council,

Cambridgeshire don’t seem to have a news feed so you will have to go here.

the UK Parliament

and (currently) the European Parliament.