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St Philips power generator sent back to the drawing board

St Philips power generator sent back to the drawing board

Green councillors have welcomed a decision by Bristol’s planning committee to send a controversial planning application for a power generator in St Philips back to the drawing board. Councillor Carla Denyer successfully proposed the deferral due to the concerns raised that the real impacts of the proposal have been understated. These include the need to reassess the dangers of air pollution, particularly on children.

Post EU Vote we must stand together for UK EU membership

Post EU Vote we must stand together for UK EU membership

Whilst we must reassure all those living in Bristol that they are welcome here, wherever they are from, we must not accept that UK membership of the EU is at an end.

Commitment to help poorest pay their Council Tax

Commitment to help poorest pay their Council Tax

Bristol will be one of the few Councils in the country to protect the Council Tax Reduction Scheme in the face of sweeping cuts to local governments. The extension of the scheme, which helps households on low incomes pay their Council Tax, was announced at a Cabinet meeting last night.1

Hate Crime response

Hate Crime response

Response to email campaign re Hate Crime

The public must have their say on devolution

The public must have their say on devolution

“Greens have been working throughout the devolution negotiations to ensure that any deal does not just focus on economic growth at any cost. Our regions need good quality, warm and affordable housing and an improved public transport system that benefits all. We are pleased that as a result, Bristol Council voted last night for equality and environmental sustainability to be key criteria for any project looking to be funded by the new deal”

Post Brexit We must act calmly and with care

Post Brexit: We must act calmly and with care

Post-Brexit Statement from Bristol Green Party: we must act calmly and with care; care of each other, and care of our city

Greens demand proper consultation on devolution deal

Greens demand proper consultation on devolution deal

Bristol Green councillors are demanding that the new Labour Mayor allows proper public consultation on the government’s proposed devolution deal for the West of England1. Greens see real devolution and joint working as essential, but have described the current scheme, which will be debated by Cabinet and Full Council on Weds 29th June, as ‘worryingly flawed’.

Green councillors statement on devolution

Green councillor's statement on devolution

Natalie Bennett supports Remain campaign in Bristol

Natalie Bennett supports 'Remain' campaign in Bristol

Natalie supports 'Remain'

Letter from Green Councillors in Bristol on EU referendum

Letter from Green Councillors in Bristol on EU referendum

Letter in support of 'Remain'

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