Says Green Councillor and Neighbourhood Champion Dick Wolff, "Every application for emergency support is a potential tragedy averted. However, I am surprised at how few requests for support there have... Read More
South Oxfordshire Greens seek to maintain reduction in air pollution, call on County Council to bring forward walking and cycling improvementsSouth Oxfordshire’s Green councillors have been keeping a close eye on air quality during the lockdown, and welcome today’s announcement by the District Council of measurements showing a... Read MoreThe Greens have welcomed the long overdue review of Oxford's biodiversity but pointed to continued inconsistencies between the words and actions.
Green Councillors are calling for Oxford City Council to waive the £750 fee for street cafe licensing to both help with social distancing and to support small businesses in recovering... Read More
It has been announced that the Examination in Public of South Oxfordshire’s controversial Local Plan is to take place online over the summer, starting on July 14th.
Green Councillors have expressed anger at the announcement today that the City Council's ruling Labour Cabinet has again delayed responding to the recommendations of the Climate Emergency Review Group until October.... Read More
3 mature oak trees in Bicester Road Kidlington are under threat after one of them was implicated in damage to a nearby house as a result of roots drawing large... Read More
Cherwell District Council’s planning Committee held its first online virtual meeting on 21st May with multiple applications being considered during a 5 hour marathon session.
Amongst the applications were outline... Read More
Greens have called Labour-run Oxford City Council's announcement  that they will build eight new zero carbon homes [2,3] "highly misleading".
Says Green Councillor Dick Wolff (who lives in a truly... Read More