10 August 2018
Following a decision at Stroud District Council to pause plans for the introduction of Car Park Charges, Green Group leader Councillor Martin Whiteside said "I am delighted that the Labour councillors are now planning to 'think again' on car parking charges. Within the cooperation alliance, Greens have been encouraging an approach based on listening to local communities and finding ways to support vibrant high streets while also tackling issues like congestion, air polution, safe walking and cycling. We should be working in partnership with local town councils and traders to keep our market towns great. It is good to see common sense prevail."
06 August 2018
Six hubcaps, empty crisp packets, takeaway containers, fast food packaging and drinks cans were among a dozen bags of trash collected by Green Party volunteers who organised a litter pick along the London Road.
04 August 2018
Local farmers and business leaders concerned about negative local impacts of Brexit
30 July 2018
In this document Gloucestershire Green Parties respond to the Vision 2050 consultation by presenting our own alternative vision for the future of the county.
14 July 2018
Green and Lib Dem Councillors Share Their Views
12 July 2018
The Green Party categorically rejects Trump's views, actions and policies; and supports peaceful protest on his visit to the UK.
11 July 2018
Gloucestershire County Council Cabinet continue to hide true costs and risks of Javelin Park
14 June 2018
Stroud District Council principal planning officer Conrad Moore was presented with a Natural England award for strategies drawn up for how Rodborough Common and the Severn Estuary cope with rising numbers of people living nearby.
12 June 2018
In March 2017 local Stroud Green Party member Tim Davies, submitted a Freedom of Information request to Gloucestershire County Council for a report they had commissioned from Ernst and Young on the affordability of the Incinerator contract. When this request was refused Mr Davies appealed to the Information Commissioner, who has just released her decision in his favour. GCC now have 35 days to comply or appeal the decision.
02 June 2018
Our Green MEP for the South West explores the likely impacts on Farming, Climate policies, Trade and more.
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