05 May 2017
Daventry Green Party Parliamentary candidate Steve Whiffen has decided not to stand in the upcoming General Election. Steve has been an active member of the party for many years and stood for the Daventry seat in the 2015 General Election. Unfortunately he has decided not to stand for personal reasons.
03 May 2017
Jonathan Bartley, Green Party co-leader spoke at an assembly at a London school on May 3rd and called on the Government to clean up the UK’s filthy air, which is linked to 40,000 early deaths every year.
29 April 2017
To ensure a strong Green option for the people of Northamptonshire in the upcoming elections we are selecting candidates for the 7 constituencies in the county. With such short notice, we need funds as quickly as possible to able to compete at the ballot box.
09 March 2017
Secretary, Steve Miller appeared on BBC Northampton on 7th March to discuss ways to reduce air pollution in Northampton Town Centre. Our own NOx emission tests have proven that Air Pollution in Northampton Town Centre is too high. Very little had been done about this. The Council's low emission strategy has been short on content so we feel this issue should be given more importance in the Council's priorities.
14 February 2017
Changes to Vehicle Excise duties remove incentive to buy smaller, cleaner cars and benefit drivers of gas guzzlers
29 January 2017
To create a community alliance involving party and non-party political groups and people with the intention of standing candidates who offer a community led alternative to the present Northamptonshire County Council administration’s approach.
13 December 2016
Northamptonshire Green Party are concerned that Sustainability & Transformation Plan is a 5 year plan to cut services and demand greater clarity with comprehensive consultation.
08 November 2016
Our £7 million North Gate Bus Station has produced air pollution readings consistently above legal limits.
06 October 2016
Rob Reeves & Kirsty Berry have written to the Northamptonshire Evening Telegraph to express their hopes for local government to look past party differences in the wake of Tory councillor Michael Brown's resignation from Kettering Council