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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Plans have been submitted for a new village centre in Stretham. The application was put forward by the parish council on land which was previously assigned to become a GP surgery. Haysom Ward Miller Architects have drawn up proposals on what the centre will look like. They say it will consist of different rooms, including a multi-purpose hall, function room, community café and micro business units. The centre will be located on Manor Farm in the village. Approval had previously been granted for a GP surgery on the land, but the NHS pulled the plug on the plans. Get more Local news from CambridgeshireLive straight to your inbox for free HERE The application, submitted to East Cambridgeshire District Council, said: "Due to recent events the local GP surgery has been unable to push forward the NHS approval of the creation of a new building, and so the site has not yet been developed.
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. "The Community Hub will act as a social centre and a focal point for social activities with the local community. It will help meet the long term needs of the village, with flexible spaces to provide a wide range of uses and activities." A number of objections have been raised from neighbours in the surrounding area, saying it is "too big" and raising concerns about access for motorists. However, a consultation with village said the building would satisfy community needs. To read the planning application in full, click the link here. Read more: Father and son from Ramsey describe receiving honours from Prince of Wales as 'super special moment' Clyde the 'shell shocked' tortoise who brought trains to a standstill rescued from railway tracks Five cats rescued from house after shed fire spreads in Cambourne Huntingdon social club's neighbours found 'plastic tricycle in garden' amid concerns to booze licence bid Fenland family celebrates 20 years running beloved village pub