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S106 projects

Last updated: 16 September 2020

Every ward in Cambridge has benefitted from a range of S106-funded projects.

Improvement projects completed during the last two years include:

  • Alexandra Gardens play area and landscaping (£35,000, Arbury)
  • Arbury Community Centre large hall (£50,000, King’s Hedges)
  • Bramblefields local nature reserve (£9,000, East Chesterton)
  • Cambridge Museum of Technology meeting space (£31,000 grant, Abbey)
  • Cambridge Rugby Club floodlights (£45,000, Newnham)
  • Cherry Hinton Hall grounds: phase 2 (£400,000, Cherry Hinton)
  • Chesterton Sports Centre artificial and hard court improvements, (£65,000, West Chesterton)
  • Coldham’s Lane play area (£87,000, Romsey)
  • Gunhild Close play area (£54,000, Queen Edith’s)
  • Hobson’s Brook footbridge (£69,000, Trumpington)
  • Jesus Green wildflower meadow (£18,000, Market)
  • Milton Road library meeting space (£100,000 grant, West Chesterton)
  • Netherhall School dining hall meeting space (£24,000, Queen Edith’s)
  • Netherhall School gym and studio (£279,000, Queen Edith’s)
  • Parker’s Piece grass reinforcements (£75,000, Market ward)
  • Sheep’s Green ecology sculpture (£15,000, Newnham)
  • St Athanasios Hall, Cherry Hinton Road (£150,000 grant, Coleridge)
  • St Clement’s Church community meeting space (£30,000 grant, Market)
  • St John’s Centre, Hills Road (£100,000, Queen Edith’s)
  • St Matthew’s Piece play area (£35,000, Petersfield)
  • ‘Tales from the Edge of Town’ public art project (£15,000, Trumpington)
  • Tenby Close play area (£55,000, Cherry Hinton)
  • Trumpington recreation ground climbing frame and trim trail (£63,000, Trumpington)
  • Trumpington recreation ground wheel-sports park (£77,000, Trumpington)

Other projects, including those allocated funding in our 2019 S106 funding round, are being taken forward.

Take a look at our photo gallery of S106-funded projects delivered since 2013 [PDF, 2.5MB].