Waterbeach Barracks and Airfield is a unique place, nestled in a beautiful and established landscape. For generations people have lived, worked and played here, making it part of village life. It provides the setting for outdoor living underpinned with the virtues of a modern, sustainable and well connected community.
To work with all partners to ensure that new facilities are provided for and available to both new and existing residents.
No construction traffic through the village.
To keep listening.
To celebrate the history and ecology of the site and local area in the future development.
To protect, support and enhance the existing village.
A new training hub is being established as part of Urban&Civic’s development at Alconbury Weald in Cambridgeshire. The hub is part of a national plan to train up thousands of workers and help tackle skills shortages in the construction industry, Education Secretary Damian Hinds announced…
NHS England has today announced a ground-breaking partnership with some of the country’s top housing developers and associations to help expand exciting ideas for healthy living such as urban assault courses, fitness adventure trials and fruit trees with new homes.
A group of predominantly ex-servicemen motorcyclists – who ride to remember, recall and raise funds for veterans’ charities – are gearing up for a 500 mile tour, which will culminate at the former Waterbeach barracks with a visit to Waterbeach Military Heritage Museum and an act…
A plan for how a proposed new town north of Waterbeach could be developed has been published today (Monday 6 August).
In the same year that the RAF celebrates its centenary, 514 Squadron marks a significant milestone – 75 years since its formation in 1943. At its annual reunion, veterans of 514 Squadron were joined by their families and the families of former Squadron members – some coming from as far…
Since the submission of the Outline Planning Application for the redevelopment of Waterbeach Barracks and Airfield site in February 2017, Urban&Civic has been working through the comments received during the consultation and feeding them into the next stage of the planning process.
The Greater Cambridge City Deal has announced Waterbeach and Fulbourn as the first two Greenway cycling routes it will start to explore this month, working together with residents, parish councils and local communities.
Over six hundred runners took part in the Waterbeach Running Festival on Saturday 13th May.