Cambridgeshire and Peterborough mayor sets out 100-day vision

By Sam Clayden | 12 May 2017

The new mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough has unveiled a 100-day manifesto laying the foundations for major transport updrages, skills boosts, economic growth and housebuilding. 

Speaking at a press conference today, Conservative James Palmer outlined a string of new transport and infrastructure proposals, while pledging to deliver more than 500 apprenticeships and launch plans for a new ‘apprenticeship hub’. 

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