11 December 2018
Green Party councillors have slammed the council for not including dedicated cycle lanes as part of the planned revamp of Lime Street.
22 November 2018
Green Councillors are signatories to an open letter opposing the governments attempts to fast track fracking decisions which has been published today. We call on Councillors across Liverpool, the City Region and beyond to join us in opposing Fracking.
18 November 2018
Liverpool Green Party- Events for your diary:
01 November 2018
Cllr Lawrence Brown joined residents at the Licensing hearing which considered the matter of an alcohol licence for the Potting Shed cafe in Greenbank Park. Disappointingly, despite opposition from a large number of local residents, the licence was granted, though with a substantial number of conditions
13 September 2018
Liverpool Green Party were asked by a local solar installer to publish an article about the latest cuts to solar energy incentives. The following article is the words of NES Roofing and Energy, not Liverpool Green Party, and other solar installers are available. We have published this because we oppose this latest government attack on the renewable energy industry.
31 July 2018
Fair and effective local democracy depends on having certainty over who can stand and vote in local elections. Government should make a commitment, now, that all EU citizens legally resident in the UK should retain their rights to stand as candidates and vote in council elections after Brexit.
04 May 2018
Tom and Lawrence both re-elected to Liverpool City Council
02 May 2018
Caroline Lucas visited Liverpool recently to support our fantastic councillors Tom Crone and Lawrence Brown in their bid for re-election in this months local elections. It was a real boost to the campaign teams.
24 April 2018
This coming Saturday, 28 April, local residents are set to gather in Liverpool before pedalling across the city to the Pier Head, where incoming council candidates will give their pledges to improve the city’s cycling facilities.
21 March 2018
Greens have publicly backed the RMT in their dispute over Driver Only Operated trains. Now, as the cost of to the taxpayer of the continuing strikes becomes clear it is time for city leaders to stop sitting on their hands and find a settlement.