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COMMUNITY LAND

As part of the development, 3.4 hectares of land is being gifted to Sawston Parish Council as a recreation ground for the Sawston community. Included in the plans are the installation of floodlights running parallel with the security fence for grass training purposes for local teams. The facility provides a shared access road and parking for 12 cars plus use of CCFC’s covered stand on the 3G artificial pitch through a gated entrance in the security fence, so providing changing and washroom facilities for those using the community land. The village currently experiences approximately 5 hectares shortage of recreation ground and the gifted land will assist in addressing this shortage.