Council should release funds for rough sleepers, say Greens
Oxford Green City Councillors have called on Oxford City Council's Labour-run administration to release emergency funds from the Council's Homelessness Reserve to provide accommodation for the City's rising number of rough sleepers during the current cold snap.
Where is our County-wide traffic assessment?
Steve Dawe, Policy Coordinator of Oxfordshire Green Party, has prepared a motion to the County Council for Oxfordshire's Green Party County Councillors. Proposals for 100,000 homes to be built in Oxford by 2031 lack an overall traffic assessment to show how existing or new transport infrastructure will cope. Steve Dawe explains:[Read more]
It's a treat for the ears at the Green Fair this year!
The Sea Green Singers
Oxford's 36th annual Green Fair will be open on Saturday 3rd December from 10.30am-4.30pm at Oxford Town Hall. Live music will be provided entirely by local musicians.[Read more]
Agenda will include some discussion on rewilding and implications for flooding and the principles and practice of pedestrianisation. Full agenda on request from firstname.lastname@example.org.
Being organised by the Oxford Stays/Stand Together campaign.
More information is available on their Facebook page.