05 December 2014
The Green party in Exeter have broadly welcomed the redevelopment of the bus station site, particularly the emphasis on leisure uses including a swimming pool, but have repeated their call for a new market square.
06 November 2014
The Green Party in Exeter has written to Council leader, Cllr Pete Edwards, demanding an urgent response to the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) . Greens point to the ‘critical role of local councils’ in tackling climate change, identified in the IPCC report.
06 October 2014
Green Party members will join Devon campaigners from a wide range of campaign groups and Unions this Saturday 11th October to raise awareness of a coalition Government supported EU-US trade deal known as the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).
16 September 2014
Green Party members in Exeter have selected Diana Moore as their parliamentary candidate for the 2015 general election.
08 August 2014
Exeter Green Party is warning that local and independent businesses could be pushed out of the city centre as a result of its redevelopment.
23 June 2014
Exeter Green Party has been accused by Exeter MP Ben Bradshaw of misleading the public over his stand on fracking. We don’t think so, but invite you to look at the evidence and decide for yourself.
03 June 2014
Almost 15% of Exeter voters in the European elections voted for the Green Party, helping to secure a historic win for the Party last week. Molly Scott Cato, the leading Green candidate, became the first ever Green Party MEP for the South West.
27 April 2014
Creative new ways to develop the city and provide affordable housing whilst protecting green spaces and preventing urban sprawl are key themes in the Exeter Green Party manifesto, which has been launched ahead of the City Council Elections on 22nd May.
02 April 2014
Green Party members from Exeter and other parts of Devon and the South West joined hundreds to protest against the government's badger cull policy.
03 March 2014
The Green Party has unveiled radical plans for the future of Exeter. Responding to a City Council consultation on the future development of the city they call for a series of measures to ensure healthy lifestyles, reduce pollution and provide low cost housing.
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