Cambridge city centre survey results: Our respondents call for protection of its unique character and independent shops

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Cambridge Independent

By (Paul Brackley) The character of Cambridge city centre needs to be preserved – or it risks withering away, residents have warned. A survey by the Cambridge Independent has gauged the views of hundreds of local people on the changing face of the city, its transport challenges and the proposals to convert major shopping destinations into laboratory spaces. While there was much love for the city’s historic character and beautiful architecture, and widespread support for its independent shops, many voiced concerns that the city was becoming a clone town, dominate…

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