12 June 2019
Norwich Green Party councillors have welcomed the principle of putting into law a target for net zero carbon emissions, but warn that 2050 as a target year is too late.
11 June 2019
"The financial year 2019/20 is the ninth year of austerity and government-imposed funding cuts” - Norwich City Council report. This means that the income that the council is sure of over the next few years is not enough to provide all the services it is currently delivering.
29 May 2019
In the European election results announced on Sunday night, the Green Party won its first MEP seat for Eastern region, securing 202,460 votes.
08 May 2019
The Green Party of England and Wales achieved a fantastic election result on 2 May, with our councillor numbers increasing from 178 to 362!
17 April 2019
Sian Berry, national Co-Leader of the Green Party of England and Wales, joined local candidates on Wednesday 17th April to launch Norwich Green Party's manifesto for local elections on 2nd May.
19 March 2019
Green Party councillor, Ben Price, is asking Norwich City Council to support World Car Free Day, which is celebrated every year on 22nd September. This year, World Car Free Day falls on a Sunday, and Councillor Price is asking the council to declare that day ‘Car Free Day’ in Norwich.
18 March 2019
Green councillors are warning Norfolk County Council decision makers that the forecast costs for a proposed Western Link around Norwich are being greatly underestimated.
22 February 2019
Greens welcome the fact that a draft revised Affordable Housing SPD has finally been brought forward, with the aim of delivering badly-needed affordable housing in Norwich.
14 February 2019
Green councillors in Norwich are backing a recommendation to the city council’s cabinet asking Norfolk County Council to reconsider its decision not to renew the Norwich Highways Agency Agreement.
29 January 2019
At tonight’s meeting in Norwich City Hall, Leader of the Green Party Group, Councillor Denise Carlo, will be asking the council to justify spending nearly half a million pounds on tennis at various locations in the city, with nearly half that amount being spent on removing the city’s last remaining grass courts at Heigham Park.