Needs Assessment asserts need for further action on Trans equality

01 October 2015

The first ever assessment of the needs of trans people in Brighton & Hove has found there is still much work to be done to tackle the discrimination, abuse and isolation suffered by trans people.

Greens join community groups to celebrate contribution of older people to the city

01 October 2015

Green councillors today are delighted to be attending the Brighton & Hove Older People’s Awards ceremony, to recognise and reward the fantastic contributions that older people make to our City.

‘Milestone’ for living rent campaigners as issue is referred to Fairness Commission

25 September 2015

Green councillor, David Gibson, has hailed as “a milestone” yesterday’s decision to refer the issue of ‘living rents’ to Brighton & Hove’s new Fairness Commission.

Hanover gets re-connected thanks to councillor’s intervention

22 September 2015

A public phone box in Grove Street has been brought back into service thanks to a local councillor taking up the issue on behalf of residents.

Labour’s short-sighted approach has contributed to current budget problems

21 September 2015

OPINION PIECE by Cllr Ollie Sykes, Green Party spokesperson on finance

City wins award for best cycling infrastructure

17 September 2015

Brighton & Hove City Council has won the Best Cycle Network Infrastructure Award for the Lewes Road sustainable transport scheme. The announcement was made at the Cycle Planning Awards at Walthamstow Assembly Hall on Monday evening.

Green councillors join the ‘Queue’ to save the Brunswick Town Post Office

17 September 2015

Campaigners today formed a ‘Queue to save Brunswick Town Post Office’ as part of a lunch-time protest at the threatened branch. The action aimed to demonstrate the threatened branch’s popularity and cause it to sell out of 2nd class stamps

Say no to the Government's Trade Union bill and yes to workers' rights

Green councillors join ‘Kill the Bill’ rally at TUC conference

13 September 2015

Phélim Mac Cafferty: “The latest proposed anti-union legislation from the Tories is unbelievably punitive and seeks to annihilate the remaining rights workers have to take strike action. It is no coincidence that the latest attack on unions is happening as the Tories unfurl billions of pounds more public sector cuts.”

Green councillors call for Extraordinary Council Meeting on Syrian refugee crisis

08 September 2015

Following a Green Group meeting last night, convenor Cllr Phelim Mac Cafferty today wrote to the Acting Chief Executive of the council, Geoff Raw requesting the meeting. He explained in the letter “our group felt that the ordinary meeting of Full Council scheduled for Thursday 22nd October would be held too far away to outline what is being done and there is no other appropriate meeting happening soon.”

Councillor Tom Druitt with gallery neighbours Neil Sykes of the Modern Shop, Julieanne Gilbert of the JAG Gallery & Steve Honeysett of the Honeysett Gallery

Green Councillor brokers reprieve for Madeira Drive galleries

07 September 2015

Gallery owner Steve Honeysett: “Tom has put in a huge amount of work in a short amount of time – he has been outstanding. Once a space like this is lost, it would be twice the work to get it back. By creating a temporary working space for up to twenty displaced artists, we will be able to maintain and make sustainable this artists’ quarter into the future”

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