Help turn Liverpool Green on 4 July

The election is just a couple of weeks away and here at Liverpool Greens we have been working hard on our election campaign. We are very pleased to have candidates standing in every Liverpool constituency. Who are the candidates? Liverpool Wavertree – Tom Crone Councillor Tom Crone has been holding Liverpool Labour to account since […]

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Lecture by Professor Catherine Rowett, ex Green MEP 2019-20

Professor Catherine Rowett, the ex Green MEP is giving a lecture ” “Ownership, property and belonging: Some lessons to learn from thinkers of antiquity about economics and success” in Liverpool on the 13th February. The event is organised by the University of Liverpool, Department of Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology. The details are below. Attendance is […]

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Liverpool Greens need a new Chair – could it be you?

The Liverpool Green Party is looking for a new Chair. This an ideal opportunity for you to make a real difference to the city, socially, politically and environmentally. We are looking for someone who has experience chairing or managing meetings and helping a group coordinate their activities for maximum impact. The Chair will help support […]

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Join our Campaign for controls on HMOs in St Michaels

Cllr Tom Crone has been listening to the concerns of local residents regarding Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMO) in the St Michaels area, and has launched a petition to make sure local people’s views are heard. “I have been contacted by several residents regarding the increasing number of HMO conversions taking place in St Michaels,” […]

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Vital safety improvements underway after tragic incident

Cllr Martyn Madeley has been monitoring the progress of repairs and upgrades to the bridge on Queens Drive where we had the tragic flooding incident earlier in the year. He is happy to report that work to improve the road surface, flood warning signage and drainage have been completed at the site. We are currently […]

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Three-part approach to tackling long-standing Lark Lane issues

Cllr John Howard, council officers, and the Lark Lane Neighbourhood Association have been working together to find solutions to issues arising from changes in Lark Lane during & after lockdown, & hopefully start to solve these issues. Proposed solutions include: 1) Physical re-design of the Lane: £1 million secured to change physical infrastructure on the […]

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Greens push all-party Gaza ceasefire motion through

Cllr Tom Crone, in partnership with other opposition leaders had submitted a motion to support a ‘Permanent Ceasefire in Gaza’. The pressure worked and before the council met, the five political parties held a meeting to agree wording of a motion that all parties could vote for, which clearly called for a permanent ceasefire. It […]

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