Last updated: 16 March 2020
Every ward in Cambridge benefits from a range of local projects that have either been completed in recent years or have been allocated S106 funding.
Projects completed since the start of 2019 include improvements at:
- Arbury Community Centre large hall (£50,000, King’s Hedges ward)
- Bramblefields local nature reserve (approximately £9,000, East Chesterton ward)
- Cambridge Museum of Technology meeting space (£31,000 grant), Abbey ward)
- Cherry Hinton Hall grounds: phase 2 (approximately £400,000, Cherry Hinton ward)
- Coldham’s Lane play area (approximately £87,000, Romsey ward)
- Greek Orthodox Church meeting space (£150,000 grant, Coleridge ward)
- Gunhild Close play area (approximately £54,000, Queen Edith’s ward)
- Milton Road library meeting space (£100,000 grant, West Chesterton ward)
- Netherhall School dining hall meeting space (£24,000, Queen Edith’s ward)
- New in 2020: Parker’s Piece grass reinforcements (approximately £75,000, Market ward)
- St Clement’s Church community meeting space (£30,000 grant, Market ward)
- St John’s Church community meeting space (£100,000, Queen Edith’s ward)
- New in 2020: St Matthew’s Piece play area (approximately £35,000, Petersfield ward)
- Tenby Close play area (approximately £55,000, Cherry Hinton ward)
- Trumpington Rec climbing frame (approximately £50,000, Trumpington ward)
- Trumpington Rec trim trail (approximately 20,000, Trumpington ward)
- Trumpington Rec wheel-sports park (approximately £80,000, Trumpington ward)
Other projects, including those allocated funding in our 2019 S106 funding round, are being taken forward.
Further project proposals for improving play areas, open spaces and community facilities are set to be allocated S106 funding in our 2020 S106 funding round, which is now open until 30 April 2020. See S106 priority-setting.
Take a look at our photo gallery of S106-funded projects delivered since 2013 [PDF, 2.5MB].
See also public art grants.