26 February 2021
The Progressive Group has challenged the Labour-led Council over a delay in implementing a new domestic waste collection strategy and of consigning thousands more tonnes of food wate to be burned at the Energy from Waste plant.
24 February 2021
The Progressive Group of councillors on Exeter City Council - which includes Green councillor Diana Moore - have refused to back Labour’s budget for the coming year. While the Conservatives gave their backing, the Progressive Group challenged the Labour-led council on its ‘direction of travel.’
02 February 2021
Exeter Green Party has expressed alarm at the enthusiasm for the privatisation of our city's green spaces being shown by the Labour-run Council.
23 January 2021
Exeter Green Party welcome the greater clarity offered by the recommendations issued on January 22nd 2021 and will cease all door-to-door leafletting activity immediately until further legal advice is forthcoming.
16 December 2020
Progressive Group Councillors have slammed Exeter Labour and Tory councillors over voting down a motion seeking backing for a local planning policy on controversial ‘Co-living’ schemes.
10 December 2020
Progressive Group councillors, representing St James and St David’s, have accused Labour of a cavalier attitude towards dramatic increases in levels of graffiti in Exeter in recent weeks.
08 December 2020
Exeter St David’s Green Party councillor, Diana Moore, is urging residents to back a whole neighbourhood approach to proposed temporary social distancing measures for Queen Street and the surrounding area.
05 December 2020
This Small Business Saturday, Exeter Green Party is calling on the government to introduce a five-point plan to support small businesses, many of which have suffered heavy losses during the coronavirus pandemic.
05 December 2020
Green councillor, Diana Moore, has welcomed a request to the Secretary of State to call in the Co-Living development on the Harlequins site.
17 November 2020
The Progressive Group has decried the decision by the Exeter City Council Planning Committee to allow another co-living development in the city as forcing people to live in cramped accommodation while allowing developers to maximise profits.
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