New youth centre building project makes headway

A brand-new centre for youths around Cambridge’s Cambourne currently being built has exceeded expectations, and it will now complete construction much earlier than planned.

The welcome news comes after a loan issued by South Cambridgeshire District Council for Cambourne Town Council helped move the building project forward. Cambourne Town Council Chair, Joe O’Dwyer, commented:

“This is an investment in young people and will provide them with greater opportunities to positively express themselves, learn new skills and to explore and realise their potential. This loan is a great example of partnership working creatively to enrich our community and ultimately benefit us all.”

Architects in Tarporley, Cambridge and other parts of the UK can be called on for advice and assistance for a wide range of projects. Whether buildings are being refurbished and extended or built from the ground up, architectural firms can draw up professional plans and assist property specialists with securing local planning approval, ensuring projects stay on track.

Cambourne Town Council is due to receive £500,000 from Cambourne West developers, but not for three years, with the completion of the areas’ 300th residence. Now, the district council has agreed to provide a bridging loan that will ensure the new centre for young people of the area can be up and running as quickly as possible.

The recent loan was recommended by the cabinet of the district council, before being approved by full council. The building, which will benefit from eco-friendly features like solar panels and LED lighting, is expected to complete in February next year.

Posted by Mark
October 4, 2021

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