04 January 2021
Green councillors have supported calls for primary schools in Norwich to remain physically closed to most pupils at the start of the new term, asking for remote learning to be offered instead.
24 December 2020
A Norwich Greener Spaces Campaign is being launched by Norwich Green Party members hoping to improve large and small green spaces in our city for people and for wildlife. The Norwich Green Party guide to enriching biodiversity where you live has suggestions for six simple things we can do to encourage wildlife. If you'd like a copy, contact Kate Thomson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
30 November 2020
Norwich City Council unanimously agreed on a proposal to support more local food production, insulating houses, and more local renewable energy last week, following an initiative from Green Party councillors. But the Green Party have also pointed out that the council’s plans still lack clarity and could be “mere words” since Labour councillors voted to remove any target dates from the plan.
27 November 2020
At last night’s council meeting, Green Party councillor Martin Schmierer called on the council to adopt a tall buildings plan which he said would protect Norwich’s cultural and heritage assets and save Norwich’s iconic skyline.
14 November 2020
Green Councillors say the decision to reject the controversial plans for the redevelopment of Anglia Square will be an opportunity to reassess the priorities of these proposals and get a better deal for Norwich.
09 November 2020
Thorpe Hamlet ward Green Party councillors have objected to planning proposals to build a new refectory at The Norwich School because they believe it could have 'a devastating effect' on wildlife.
27 October 2020
A Norwich councillor is warning that standards in house building need to be as high as possible to avoid making the mistakes of the past.
21 October 2020
A Green councillor is today launching the “One Report Walk”, a campaign encouraging local residents to report one piece of anti-social behaviour on their walks to or from work or the shops, or on the school run. Thorpe Hamlet councillor, Ben Price, has been using his phone to report graffiti and fly-tipping as he has been taking his children to school.
19 October 2020
Opposition councillors on Norwich City Council have shared their frustrations at the unwillingness of the council's Labour administration to acknowledge areas where the council could do better and to improve services for local residents.
17 October 2020
Norwich City Council’s ruling Labour group risk sweeping problems of mistrust and inefficiency under the carpet, opposition councillors have warned after heated exchanges in the council yesterday.