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Greens “deeply disappointed” by betting machines recommendation

19 March 2018

A Green Party councillor in Norwich has said he is “deeply disappointed” that the UK’s Gambling Commission has recommended a £30 maximum stake for fixed odds betting terminals (FOBTs). The Greens argue that £30 is still far too high and have backed widespread calls for a £2 cap.

Match spare rooms with people in need of housing

15 March 2018

A Green Party councillor is spearheading a move to help solve Norwich’s housing crisis by matching people at risk of homelessness with those who want to rent their spare room.

Motions to March council

15 March 2018

We're proposing two motions to March 2018 council meeting. One about matching spare rooms with people in housing need, and another relating to providing public drinking fountains in the city to reduce single use plastic bottles.

Dismay at government inaction on plastic

09 March 2018

Green Party councillors in Norwich have reacted with dismay to the Government’s failure to back a proposed 25p ‘latte levy’ on throwaway coffee cups and have condemned them for letting down future generations.

Letter to minister about rogue parking companies

02 March 2018

Greens are concerned that plans for tackling rogue private parking companies lack teeth. We have written to the Minister outlining the need for tougher measures.

Green Party councillor takes cuts protest to Westminster

01 March 2018

Councillor Lesley Grahame joined Green MP Caroline Lucas to lobby Treasury for end to local government cuts

Guidance for responding to the Greater Norwich Local Plan consultation

26 February 2018

Guidance for responding to the Greater Norwich Local Plan consultation

What a load of rubbish!

25 February 2018

How much non-recyclable plastic do we bring home with our weekly shop?

Litter Leaves Lionwood

22 January 2018

Following a very successful river-based litter pick, Thorpe Hamlet Green Party Councillors are organising another community event, this time to clean-up Lionwood.

Call for “frequent public transport” to be required where new homes are built

18 January 2018

A petition has been launched calling on Greater Norwich’s decision-makers to “only allocate new housing where services can be reached on foot or by frequent public transport”.

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