Greens accuse Labour of 'spinning the figures' by implying that £50m is additional spend on energy efficiency within current four-year budget.
Says Green Councillor Craig Simmons, "The Council's own... Read More
Responding to the City Council's funding of £20,000 to find a long-term solution to tourist coach parking, Green Cllr Dick Wolff said, "Attracting coaches into the centre of the... Read More
Council administration refuses to subject 'net zero' carbon plan to scrutiny.
Today Labour-run Oxford City Council's Cabinet refused a set of recommendations from its own cross-party Scrutiny Committee  that... Read More
Extracts from report present  to Labour-run Oxford City Council's Cabinet meeting today shows lack of leadership:
"Recommend to Council the approval of a capital budget for the additional expenditure... Read More
Flooding across the county is now a perennial and repeated problem, and the North Oxfordshire Green Party are calling for a credible multi-agency response to flooding problems in Cherwell and... Read More
Says Councillor Craig Simmons, who attended today's Zero Carbon Summit, "Of course, the Greens welcome the commitment by leading businesses and organisations within the City to go carbon neutral by... Read More
Says Green Councillor Dick Wolff, "It is great that the Council are dealing with 1% of Oxford's emissions, but it is time they started tackling the other 99%"
Although Oxford... Read More
This evening, at a meeting of Full Council, Oxford City Council passed a Green Party motion which adopted a better, more accurate definition (that proposed by the UK Green Building... Read More
Proposals to introduce UK’s first localised air pollution target in Air Quality Action Plan approved
Greens have cautiously welcomed the news that the City Council has agreed to an air quality target which exceeds the current legal annual mean limit for NO2 target of 40... Read More
Oxford's Green Councillors have labelled the budget proposals by Labour-run Oxford City Council to invest £53m in commercial property as reckless and potentially illegal and have asked the administration to think... Read More