22 September 2020
12 September 2020
City Council cabinet needs to listen to views of local residents
10 August 2020
On 16 July, Green Party councillors met with the Labour Cabinet Member Paul Kendrick, Labour councillor Ian Stutely, and the council’s Commercial Finance Business Partner Don McCallum to discuss proposals made by Green Party councillors for investing in renewable energy and energy efficiency schemes that would also deliver financial returns to the council. What follows is the substantive text of a follow-up email sent to Labour councillors and council officers on 10 August.
31 July 2020
Norwich should grasp the opportunity to become the first city to create a flagship zero-emission transport system, with extensive bike lanes and a zero emissions bus fleet, and funding to go with them, say Norwich Green Party councillors.
16 July 2020
Green Party councillors on Norwich City Council have called for the council to investigate the possibility of launching a crowdfunding campaign for green investments that would also put money back into the local economy.
16 July 2020
Every citizen of Norwich could receive a monthly income that would cover the basic costs of living, a motion to Norwich City Council has proposed.
13 July 2020
Thorpe Hamlet Green Party city councillors have welcomed a scheme for improving pedestrian, cycle and bus access to Norwich. However, they say that a more comprehensive design is needed to make the traffic-blighted junction between Foundry Bridge and the railway station safer and more pleasant to use
09 July 2020
Green & Liberal Democrat councillors have written to the Norwich City Council Labour cabinet members expressing deep concerns about the council’s Environmental Strategy and proposing a number of urgent actions. The text of the letter, sent on 8 July 2020, is below.
29 June 2020
Better regulation of sexual entertainment clubs results from the Norwich Green Party campaign led by Green councillor Lesley Grahame
24 June 2020
Cllr Utton’s comments regarding coronavirus are shameful and wrong