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City cycling fudge missed opportunity, say Greens

Green councillors in Edinburgh have lamented a decision to delay a landmark cycle route as both a transport failure and a political failure.


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Missed bin complaints up by a third in Edinburgh

Complaints about missed bin collections in Edinburgh have soared by 33% over the last year according to new figures obtained by the city’s Green councillors.


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Bye-Bye Right to Buy

Green councillor Steve Burgess welcomes the end of Right to Buy of council houses.


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Tron Kirk and the Old Town

Yesterday (18 August) the Finance Committee of the City of Edinburgh Council discussed short term leasing options for the Tron Kirk.  Green member of that Committee, GAVIN CORBETT, laments its conclusion.


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Roads to ruin

Whatever the make-up of the future council, roads will be a priority, says Nigel Bagshaw.


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2017 local election: selection hustings

At Edinburgh Greens we’re well into the selection process for the 2017 local elections.  This process will decide who our councillors are until 2022! Every member gets a vote, and to help you decide who you’d like to see standing under the Green banner next May we’ve arranged a series of hustings where you can […]


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Saving Redhall House

Green councillor Gavin Corbett spoke at today’s planning committee hearing which backed fellow Green councillor Nigel Bagshaw in rejecting plans to build 8 mews homes as an “enabling development next to the 18th century B-listed Redhall House.  This is what Gavin said: