Lambeth Green Party News
08 May 2012
Greens out poll Lib Dems for first time ever, by over 4,000 votes on party list
14 April 2012
The Green mayoral candidate met traders and other local people in Brixton on Friday to discuss rent increases and other changes in the market
01 April 2012
Air pollution levels in residential streets around Brixton appears to be running at almost the same levels as Brixton High Road.
26 March 2012
Lambeth and Southwark Green Party candidate Bartley joined by mayoral candidate Jenny Jones joined and Green MEP Lambert at Stockwell station to highlight difficulties over accessible transport
23 March 2012
Greater protection for tenants, more affordable homes, new proposals to empower housing co-ops and renovation of empty properties are among the many ideas being put forward by the Green Party this week, as housing policy became the focus of campaigning in the upcoming Mayor of London and London Assembly elections.
22 February 2012
A Green London is a more affordable London, says local candidate Jonathan Bartley
22 February 2012
Boris Johnson's opposition to a ‘Robin Hood Tax' is depriving local people in Lambeth and Southwark of money that could pay for hundreds of new police officers, revitalise local transport, build new schools or fund thousands of apprenticeships, according to figures released by the Green Party.
A third of Lambeth children living in poverty owing to inadequate strategy, says Green Party candidate Bartley
11 January 2012
Jonathan Bartley said: “The picture in Lambeth with regards to child poverty is bleak, compounded by a child poverty strategy which is neither joined up nor comprehensive."
09 December 2011
Road deaths in Lambeth look set to treble in 2011 as a new poll reveals widespread support in inner London boroughs for lowering the speed limit to 20 miles an hour.
01 December 2011
Children at almost one hundred schools in Lambeth and Southwark are breathing in polluted air from nearby roads
- Green MEP demands equality for Roma community
- Trust in police damaged by Fortnum and Mason's arrests
- European Parliament fails to pass ambitious greenhouse gas vote