Trumpington Residents'
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Trumpington Village Sign unveiled June 2010, designed by Sheila Betts.
Clay Farm Development:
Work During 2013
This is one of a series of pages about the development of Clay Farm, from 2010 to the present.
Local residents protested to Countryside and Cambridge City Council after a group of mature trees
were cut down, despite assurances that they would be retained: looking east from the spine road.
Photo: Andrew Roberts, 25 September 2012 and 24 January 2013.
Looking across Clay Farm towards Trumpington from the top floor of the
Laboratory of Molecular Biology. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 22 June 2013.
The path from Foster Road to Addenbrooke’s including the mature trees that were cut down in January 2103, from the spine road, Clay Farm. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 25 September 2012.
Cutting down of the mature poplar and beech trees near the path from Foster Road to Addenbrooke's. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 24 January 2013.
Cutting down the poplar tree near the path from Foster Road to the Busway. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 24 January 2013.
Cutting down the poplar tree near the path from Foster Road to the Busway. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 24 January 2013.
Cutting down the poplar tree near the path from Foster Road to the Busway. Photo: Andrew Roberts,
24 January 2013.
Tree clearance in the shelter belt alongside the Busway stop. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 4 February 2013.
Further tree clearance on a far greater scale than expected in the shelter belt alongside the Busway
stop. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 4 February 2013.
Tree clearance in the shelter belt alongside the Busway stop. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 4 February 2013.
The Williams Building facing Addenbrooke’s Road, Abode development, Clay Farm. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 21 April 2013.
The Williams Building facing Addenbrooke's Road, Abode
development. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 21 April 2013.
The corner of Chaplen Street and Hobson Road, Abode development, Clay Farm. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 21 April 2013.
The corner of Chaplen Street and Hobson Road, Abode development.
Photo: Andrew Roberts, 21 April 2013.
The northern access to the Clay Farm development off Long Road. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 21 April 2013.
The northern access to the Clay Farm development off Long Road. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 21 April 2013.
The northern access to the Clay Farm development off Long Road. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 21 April 2013.
Looking along the spine road, with the secondary school site to the right, Clay Farm. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 16 May 2013.
Looking along the spine road, with the secondary school site to the
right. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 16 May 2013.
Looking from the Addenbrooke’s Road bridge over the park and lake, Clay Farm. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 16 May 2013.
Looking from the Addenbrooke's Road bridge over the park and lake.
Photo: Andrew Roberts, 16 May 2013.
Looking across Clay Farm from the top floor of the Laboratory of
Molecular Biology. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 22 June 2013.
Looking across Clay Farm towards Trumpington from the top floor of the Laboratory of Molecular Biology. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 22 June 2013.
Looking across Clay Farm from the top floor of the Laboratory of Molecular Biology. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 22 June 2013.
Looking across Clay Farm towards Trumpington from the top floor of the Laboratory of Molecular Biology. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 22 June 2013.
Looking north along the spine road towards the Aura development, Clay Farm. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 30 October 2013.
Looking north along the spine road towards the Aura development,
Clay Farm. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 30 October 2013.
Looking across the new park from the Addenbrooke’s Road bridge, Clay Farm. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 30 October 2013.
Looking across the new park from the Addenbrooke's Road bridge,
Clay Farm. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 30 October 2013.
Whittle House (foreground) and Raeburn House (distance) and Kingfisher Gardens, Lapwing Avenue, Seven Acres development, Clay Farm. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 30 October 2013.
Whittle House (foreground) and Raeburn House (distance) and
Kingfisher Gardens, Lapwing Avenue, Seven Acres development,
Clay Farm. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 30 October 2013.
New play area beside Addenbrooke’s Road, Seven Acres development, Clay Farm. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 30 October 2013.
New play area beside Addenbrooke's Road, Seven Acres
development, Clay Farm. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 30 October 2013.
The newly-completed Cherry Building, Abode development, Clay Farm. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 30 October 2013.
The newly-completed Cherry Building, Abode development, Clay
Farm. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 30 October 2013.
Looking from Chaplen Street towards Addenbrooke’s Road, Abode development, Clay Farm. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 30 October 2013.
Looking from Chaplen Street towards Addenbrooke's Road, Abode
development, Clay Farm. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 30 October 2013.
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Looking from the path from the Busway through the shelter belt to the new homes off Royal Way, Adode development, Clay Farm. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 10 November 2013.
Looking towards the LMB building, with new homes under construction on the Adode development, Clay Farm. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 10 November 2013.
Looking from the path from the Busway through the shelter belt to
the new homes off Royal Way. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 10
November 2013.
Looking towards the LMB building, with new homes under
construction on the Adode development. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 10
November 2013.
The old farm gate beside the path from CPDC, Clay Farm. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 8 December 2013.
The old farm gate beside the path from CPDC, Clay Farm. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 8 December 2013.
The old farm gate beside the path from CPDC, Clay Farm. Photo:
Andrew Roberts, 8 December 2013.