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Brighton & Hove city transport – Green view

8th November 2023 | Comments Off on Brighton & Hove city transport – Green view
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Greens express dismay as Labour confirm plans to introduce school transport charge for 16+ year olds with disabilities – despite negative consultation result. Parents flag concerns charges will prevent post-16s […]

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Greens call out Brighton & Hove City Council’s claim to ‘save’ BrightStart nursery as ‘smoke and mirrors.’

6th November 2023 | Comments Off on Greens call out Brighton & Hove City Council’s claim to ‘save’ BrightStart nursery as ‘smoke and mirrors.’

Proposal removes under two’s provision, reduces number of places and forces closure of existing facilities. Plans to close the site of the BrightStart nursery and relocate some nursery places to […]

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Brighton’s Green city councillors back adult social care workers in strike

1st November 2023 | Comments Off on Brighton’s Green city councillors back adult social care workers in strike
Green councillors support adult social care workers

Green councillors have stated their support and solidarity for adult social care workers at Brighton & Hove City Council, who are taking strike action for fairer pay in the first […]

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Halt plans to close schools, say Greens, as concerns mount over poor consultation

31st October 2023 | Comments Off on Halt plans to close schools, say Greens, as concerns mount over poor consultation
Halt plans to close city schools say Greens to Labour

Sudden announcement throws pupils, parents and staff into uncertainty, say Greens Labour must ‘urgently halt’ plans to close two local primary schools, Greens argue, after reports reveal the council intends […]

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Sian Berry challenges Royal Mail Patcham plans and calls for a new approach

17th October 2023 | Comments Off on Sian Berry challenges Royal Mail Patcham plans and calls for a new approach

On Sunday 15th October, Sian Berry, the Green Party parliamentary candidate for Brighton Pavilion constituency, met with local residents in Patcham to hear ideas on how Patcham Court Farm could […]

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Greens lambast Labour decision to abandon liveable neighbourhood pilot in Hanover and Tarner

8th October 2023 | Comments Off on Greens lambast Labour decision to abandon liveable neighbourhood pilot in Hanover and Tarner

Green party councillors have criticised Labour’s decision to abandon a ‘liveable neighbourhood’ pilot that would have reduced car traffic in Hanover and Tarner – labelling the decision a missed opportunity […]

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Brighton renters feel squeeze of rents outstripping wages for another year

2nd October 2023 | Comments Off on Brighton renters feel squeeze of rents outstripping wages for another year

While wages in the city have grown, they are still not keeping up with rising private rents, new figures from Sian Berry show. The Green candidate for Brighton Pavilion MP […]

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Labour accused of ignoring local opinion ahead of decision to re-open Gardner Street to traffic

27th September 2023 | Comments Off on Labour accused of ignoring local opinion ahead of decision to re-open Gardner Street to traffic

 Hundreds of emails sent to the council by traders and residents concerned over controversial plans to re-open Gardner Street to traffic have effectively been dismissed because of a technicality – […]

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Greens call for greater pay equity in the council, following CEO recruitment advert 

14th September 2023 | Comments Off on Greens call for greater pay equity in the council, following CEO recruitment advert 

Today, Brighton & Hove City Council began advertising for a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) position for the council, to replace the current interim postholder.   The position is being advertised […]

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Greens call for Labour councillor to stand down over transphobic tweets   

12th September 2023 | Comments Off on Greens call for Labour councillor to stand down over transphobic tweets   

Green councillors have condemned the Labour group for failing to take decisive action on a series of highly transphobic tweets posted by a Labour Councillor.  Local trans groups and residents have […]

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