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Cambridge City Council is looking to develop a multi-million pound ice rink at a location yet to be confirmed.
Cambridge City Council has approved plans for the development of a 2.3m sq ft biomedical campus next to Addenbrooke's Hospital, in order to provide a major research laboratory for the Medical Research Council.
Cambridge City Council is to consider outline plans for the development of a new 200-bed hotel, shops and conference centre at Addenbrooke's Hospital.
Cambridge City Council is in negotiations with O'Callaghan Hotel Group of Ireland about plans to build a 150-bedroom hotel and conference centre in Station Road.
Cambridge City Council has approved plans from Ravenseft Properties to build 21 new shops and 15 apartments at Bradwell's Court.
Cambridge City Council is to consider plans from BDL Hotels for the construction of a £4m Express by Holiday Inn hotel at Coldham's Lane.
Cambridge City Council is supporting plans for the £7m refurbishment of The Junction arts centre, including a new 250-seat theatre, rehearsal rooms and concert hall.
Cambridge City Council is to consider plans for the £10m expansion of the Grafton shopping centre, which would add an extra 30,000 sq ft of retail space.
Cambridge City Council has approved plans for the £1.5m redevelopment of the ADC student theatre, and the work will be carried out in 2003.
Cambridge City Council has approved plans from London-based Shearer Property Group for the development of a new shopping complex in the city centre, which will be called Grand Arcade and include a new Robert Sayle department store.
Cambridge City Council is to consider plans from a new company called Cambridge Rapid Transit System for the development of a transport system to link the proposed Trumpington park and ride with Cambridge city centre.
Cambridge City Council and Cambridge University are to consider three potential sites for the development of an ice-skating rink, at a cost of up to £7m.
Cambridge City Council has approved plans from Whitecliff Properties for a £20m sports, leisure and industry park at the former cement works off Coldham's Lane, including hotel, car showroom, fitness centre and industrial units.
Cambridge City Council has approved plans for three retail developments - the new Grand Arcade with 50 shops, the addition of 17 shops to the Grafton Centre and a replacement supermarket at the Beehive Centre.
Cambridge City Council has approved plans for the £4m redevelopment of Cambridge United's football stadium.