12 November 2019
Joe talks to Janet Kipling on BBC Radio Devon about Unite to Remain - an alliance between the Green Party, Liberal Democrats and Plaid Cymru - where a single remain candidate will stand in 60 seats across England and Wales.
07 November 2019
Joe Levy, Green Party parliamentary candidate for Exeter, has been agreed as the Remain candidate in an electoral agreement between the Liberal Democrats, the Green Party and Plaid Cymru.
16 October 2019
Greens have called for developers of eco-friendly homes to be rewarded while those who fail to meet high environmental standards be penalised.
08 October 2019
Greens have called out Devon County Council for ignoring their own Climate Emergency policy by seeking to build a new park and ride on the edge of Exeter. Park and ride on the city’s edge is a ‘business as usual’ response. It actively encourages private car use and longer car journeys.
01 October 2019
Exeter Green Party have announced Joe Levy will be their their candidate for a likely autumn general election and will fight on a platform of ‘yes to Europe, no to climate change.’
30 September 2019
Exeter Green Party members have selected a former Devon County Council Special Education Needs case manager as their candidate in the upcoming County Council by-election in the Heavitree and Whipton ward.
18 September 2019
Green Councillor, Diana Moore has said there is zero progress on implementing an end to the use of single use plastics in Exeter City Council buildings and events. A motion calling for the phasing out of single use plastics was unanimously supported by councillors last April, when it was brought forward by former Green Councillor Chris Musgrave. But new Green councillor Diana Moore says there is clear evidence of single use plastics still in use.
07 July 2019
Exeter Green Party say that a policy offering discounts to developers of student accommodation in the city has lost the council almost £1 million. The Community Infrastructure Charging Levy (CIL), currently applies a 50% ‘discount’ on levy fees compared to domestic construction. In St David’s ward alone, developers have only been charged £938,000 compared to almost £1.876 million if the levy had been applied at the same rate as residential construction.
02 July 2019
Exeter Greens have described a decision by the Labour-run council to introduce free parking in Exeter city centre on Thursday evenings as ‘grossly irresponsible.’ Green Party councillor, Diana Moore, says offering free parking at a time when the council faces severe cuts to funding for vital public services, and when the council has pledged to tackle the climate emergency and the city’s dangerous levels of air pollution makes no sense.
10 May 2019
A new ‘progressive group’ on Exeter City Council, made up of Green, Liberal Democrat and Independent councillors, has been established to challenge the ‘one party state’ in the city.
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