Peterborough News 9th August 2010

A summary of the Peterborough Breakfast Show from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire broadcast from 07:00 to 09:00 on Monday 9th August 2010.

Council plans roadworks to control traffic flow at the Lincoln Road Triangle starting January.
Bushfield Ormiston School will get its expansion funding despite cuts elsewhere to the Government’s Building Schools for the Future programme.
Cross Keys Homes is behind a US-inspired skills exchange scheme launching today at Hampton Court Westwood.

Council Chief Executive Gillian Beasley organises a voluntary clean up campaign on the Embankment. Other organisations who wish to be linked include the Royal Society of Arts, the Environment Agency, the RSPCA and the Fire Service. Manpower will also be supplied by people ordered to do community service.
British Transport Police target aggessive begging at Peterborough railway station.
Government fuels housebuilding by offering to give authorities extra money on an ongoing basis equivalent to the amount of new council taxes arising where new properties are built.
Outgoing Cambridgeshire Chief Constable Julie Spence writes in a Telegraph article that speeding middle class motorists are hypocrites and no better than common criminals.
Peterborough United FC win their first game of the season convincingly 3-0 against Bristol Rovers.

Mainly dry with sunny spells but turning cloudier later in the day. 23C 73F.

Stuart Moundfield Infrastructure Delivery Team Manager Peterborough City Council.
Gillian Beasley Chief Executive Peterborough City Council.
Christopher Thompson-Chambers British Transport Police.
Karen Kibblewhite Safer Peterborough Partnership.
Keith Sisman Speedwatch Ramsey.
Adi Mowles PISA.
Ruth Mingay Cross Keys Homes.
Linda Browning West(wood) Raven(sthorpe) Time Bank.

Presenter: Paul Stainton
Producer: Steve Titman
Sport: Peter Swan
News: Suzi Roberts
Travel: Justin Peterson
Weather: Jim Bacon
Phones: Kerry Devine