Local and National Government 2018

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

District and County Councillors

2018 elected District Councillors –

Tony Mason
117 High Street,
Harston, CB22 7QB

Philip James Allen
21 Renard Way,
Cambridge, CB2 9EW

Ian Fraser Sollom
27 High Street,

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

  • RSS South Cambs News

    • Council chairman launches foodbank campaign in South Cambridgeshire villages 15th August 2018
      A Council chairman is urging local shops to set up a food collection point to support a national campaign to help ensure children do not go hungry during the summer holidays.Cllr Douglas de Lacey has written to all district councillors to ask them to work with their local shops to help increase donations for anti-poverty […]
    • Couple fined after listed building falls into disrepair 14th August 2018
      A couple must pay more than £1,100 in fines and costs for not carrying out essential repairs to stop a Grade Two listed building in Cottenham falling into disrepair.South Cambridgeshire District Council prosecuted the pair because of the dilapidated condition of the 17th century gothic house on Cottenham High Street. It was left with patches […]
    • Vision for proposed new town north of Waterbeach published 6th August 2018
      Guidance for how a proposed new town north of Waterbeach could be developed has been published today (Monday 6 August).South Cambridgeshire District Council’s Supplementary Planning Document provides the vision for how the whole town will come forward to create a thriving new community and sets the benchmark that planning applications will be assessed against.The document […]

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.