Green Party proposes scrappage scheme for polluting diesels

04 April 2017

The Green Party has responded to news the Government plans to use a new tax to encourage people to get rid of diesel vehicles. Green Party transport spokesperson Caroline Russell said a proper scrappage scheme is needed to encourage at the shift to cleaner vehicles.

T&M Greens march for Europe

25 March 2017

Members of Tonbridge & Malling Green Party joined the Unite for Europe March to demonstrate support for the progressive social and environmental policies promoted by the EU.

Green Party co-leader supports the Barden Boaters, Tonbridge

17 February 2017

The Green Party’s co-leader Jonathan Bartley has thrown his support behind boat owners who face eviction from the Barden Boatyard in Tonbridge. The boat owners are due in Hastings County Court on March 13.

Missed opportunity at River Lawn, Tonbridge

16 February 2017

Tonbridge & Malling Green Party believes Tonbridge & Malling Borough Council has been both shortsighted and unambitious in its plans for the redevelopment of sites at River Lawn in Tonbridge. We are also concerned about a lack of transparency around the process.

T&M Greens support Canterbury candidate

12 February 2017

Tonbridge & Malling Greens have been campaigning in Canterbury North for Henry Stanton, standing in the forthcoming KCC election.

Green Party calls for rethink on housing

16 January 2017

The country needs a new approach to housing, says Mark Hood, one that sees houses as homes not "investment vehicles". Local authorities should invest in social housing and the private rented sector needs more controls on rents, rent increases and contracts.

Tonbridge & Malling Greens select general election candidate

05 January 2017

Tonbridge & Malling Green Party has chosen April Clark as its candidate to fight the next General Election

T&M Greens comment on A26 cycle route plans

18 December 2016

Tonbridge & Malling Green Party welcomes plans to improve the cycle route between Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells. We believe enhancements have the potential to increase the number of people cycling between the two towns, not just for leisure but as a regular and practical means of transport, with personal and public benefits in terms of congestion, air quality and health. We have a number of concerns about the detailed proposals, particularly that certain sections will have no provision for cyclists at all. It is essential that cycle routes are continuous – they are only as effective as their weakest link. If cyclists have to rejoin traffic before their destination or continually dismount or cross the carriageway, all but the most determined and experienced riders will be deterred.

Green Party views on Tonbridge Station plans

11 December 2016

Tonbridge and Malling Green Party welcome some aspects of plans for Tonbridge Station but have reservations about provision for buses, pedestrians and cyclists

Trench by-election

05 December 2016

Tonbridge and Malling Greens back Fred Long for Trench ward.

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