Sefton Park area under threat

29 January 2019

Wildlife Site In Sefton Park To Be Given Away By Council And Developed More green space is under threat in our city – this time in Sefton Park. Liverpool City Council plans to give an area of public open space in the park to Sefton Park Cricket Club. It will then be developed as an all-weather […]

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Greens across the country declare a climate emergency

28 January 2019

Since Bristol Green Party councillors passed a motion on Bristol City Council in November declaring a climate emergency, a host of local authorities across the country have now followed suit. In line with the findings of the IPCC report that we have 12 years left to avert breakdown of our climate, Bristol City Council unanimously […]

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Green Party membership continues to grow

28 January 2019

Good news from the national Green Party’s Green Herald: Membership of the Green Party has been increasing more than any time since the 2017 General Election. Over 900 new people joined the party in December and over 800 joined in October and November. At the same time, the Green Party are polling higher than at any […]

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Green View in St Michaels Ward, January 2019

26 January 2019

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Big Energy Saving Event

26 January 2019

Lawrence Brown, Green Party Councillor for Greenbank Ward, supported the Big Energy Saving Event organised by Liverpool Community Advice.  Here he is pictured with two of the staff. […]

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Green View in Greenbank Ward, January 2019 Edition

24 January 2019

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Green Party exposes Council attempt to flatten the Flat Iron

22 January 2019

Preserving important green spaces Back in the summer of 2018, a resident tipped off Liverpool Green Party that a notice of intention to dispose of open space at St James Place had been published in the Liverpool Echo on 19th July, just as the school summer holidays were about to start – a time when […]

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Church of England in Liverpool to be an eco-diocese

19 January 2019

Paul Bayes, Bishop of Liverpool, says ‘sustaining God’s creation is a massively important duty for all Christians. The world-wide Anglican church recognises this as one of it five marks of mission and in this year of the environment I believe it is increasingly important that the Diocese of Liverpool works together to make a difference.” An Eco Church […]

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Developers have withdrawn their proposal to build houses on the green space at St James Place, Liverpool

18 January 2019

Liverpool City Council wanted to sell off the much valued green space in between Mill Street and St James Place, otherwise known as the Flat Iron. Beautiful, mature trees would have been replaced with buildings and concrete to create 430 units of accommodation and business space between 4 and 8 stories high, across 3 sites. We had […]

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Fill out the Sustrans survey

18 January 2019

Work is set to begin on the first phase of a potential 600km key network of cycling and walking routes across the Liverpool City Region. Proposals for the 600km network is based on upgrades to around 31 key routes across the Liverpool City Region over the next 10 years.Bidding for funding for the next phase […]

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