Our phase two consultation for the Cambridge Waste Water Treatment Plant Relocation project closed on 18 August 2021. We wanted to hear your views on our emerging proposals for the new site, including our mitigation measures and any other opportunities for environmental enhancement you wanted us to explore further.
We have also recently published our Statement of Community Consultation (SoCC), which explains how we will continue to consult the local community and how you can help shape our proposals as they develop. Our SoCC and the full suite of phase two consultation materials are available from the document library on this website. The document library also includes all of our phase one consultation materials, as well as reports on how consultation feedback informed our site selection and our early design proposals.
Our phase two consultation leaflet presents and summarises our proposals. Further information is provided through topic specific factsheets, which include more detail on key areas of the project, including on the tunnel / pipeline corridors and a connection to Waterbeach. Our phase two virtual exhibition and the feedback we received through our digital engagement platform are both still available to view via this website. The factsheets are available from the document library.
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our consultation team if you have any questions. You can reach us by calling 0808 196 1661, emailing email@example.com or writing to FREEPOST: CWWTPR.
Following the end of our phase two consultation on 18 August 2021, we will take the time to carefully consider all feedback received. This will be considered alongside our studies, surveys and ongoing technical assessments to help us develop our detailed design proposals. This includes measures to reduce potential environmental impacts and enhance the surrounding environment, such as for areas for landscaping, biodiversity and recreational amenity, and connecting pedestrian and cycle routes.
This project website will be updated regularly as the proposals develop.