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Post-Election Statement

Brighton & Hove Green Party are committed to putting the city first. The city voted overwhelmingly for our vision above any other party at this election [1] and we will work to ensure the key issues of housing and homelessness, waste and recycling and our climate crisis are tackled by this council.  We are a […]

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Brighton and Hove Greens launch easy-read version of manifesto ahead of accessibility hustings

An easy read version of the Brighton and Hove Green Party manifesto has been produced ahead of SpeakOut’s ‘We are the Being Heard in Government Group (BHIG Group)’ accessible hustings this week. The manifesto, designed for people with learning difficulties in line with Easy on the I guidelines, is now available online. Green Party Councillor […]

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Greens raise concerns as proposals to consider evictions, homelessness and climate emergency pulled at last minute

Purdah must not be used to stifle debate and avoid controversial discussions, say Greens  Green Councillors have raised concerns over the use of pre-election guidance known as ‘purdah’ after key proposals around homelessness and climate change were pulled from the agenda of a planned council meeting today. Usual procedure grants political groups the opportunity to […]

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Greens raise concerns over weak Labour response to impending disability service closure

Local disability advice service at risk of closure after health partners pull funding Brighton and Hove charity Possability People may be forced to close the only specialist disability advice centre in the city after local health authorities announced a sudden cut in funding for the service. The decision, which has provoked widespread condemnation from local […]

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Council takes new steps to tackle climate emergency following Green budget win

Council resources for carbon reduction and sustainability measures given £690k boost by Green Councillors  Brighton and Hove City Council will introduce new city-wide initiatives to combat climate change thanks to work done by Green Councillors to invest over half a million pounds in the council’s sustainability budget.  £690k identified by the Greens will now go towards biodiversity […]

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Brighton & Hove Greens support second Youth Strike for Climate

Green Party activists, candidates and politicians joined Brighton & Hove children striking from school to demand the Government takes real action on climate change. The march, which saw hundreds of schoolchildren marching through the centre of Brighton was joined by Councillor PhélimMac Cafferty, Convenor of the Green Group and members of the Young Greens, including several […]

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Greens pledge to build 1500 new homes, boost recycling and expand clean air zones

We have today (12 March) launched our local election Manifesto with an event at Platform 9’s new event space at Hove Town Hall. In the document, Greens set out their plans for the city ahead of May 2nd’s council elections. The pledges include: Developing 1500 new homes on brownfield land, including 600 new council-owned properties. […]

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