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More House, Less Garden?

16 October 2018

Concerns are raised that the Garden House on Denbigh Road could be the latest casualty of the decline in pub use and national chains’ demands for excessive profits.

Keep Our Small Open Spaces!

09 October 2018

Concerns about the future of small parks and open spaces will prompt a Green Party councillor to ask questions of the Labour Cabinet at City Hall on Wednesday.

Greens call for Norfolk Councils to act urgently on UN Climate report

08 October 2018

Local plans are legally required to tackle climate change

Secret Services

08 October 2018

Green councillors have expressed concern that the future of hundreds of jobs and millions of pounds of taxpayers’ money will be discussed in secret by Labour councillors at a Cabinet meeting on Wednesday.

City needs a cap on sex clubs

07 September 2018

Green Party councillors are disappointed that the city council has still not taken steps to limit the number of sex establishments, including lap-dancing clubs in Norwich. Labour are procrastinating on the issue.

Climate Change Credibility

26 August 2018

Green councillors in Norwich are supporting sixty scientists, academics and campaigners who have taken a stand against the way in which manmade climate change is reported in the mainstream media.

Greens Highlight Threat from Sky Lanterns

10 June 2018

A Green councillor will seek to protect the notable heathland wildlife of Mousehold Heath at a meeting of Norwich City Council on Tuesday.

We came close - but no wins for Norwich Green Party this time

04 May 2018

A disappointing day as we're pipped at the post by Labour in several Norwich wards, but thanks to everyone who voted Green and helped us with our campaign.

Election results will be announced later today

04 May 2018

Thank you for voting Green in the local election on 3rd May. The results will be announced by the city council today (Friday 4th May 2018). Please keep an eye on their website, or news websites, for results as they come in. www.norwich.gov.uk.

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.

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