Scottish Green MSPs today joined campaigners who handed in a petition to the Scottish Parliament in protest at the potential eviction of a farmer from his family’s home of 100 years.
Britannia should stay in Leith, argues Green councillor Chas Booth
Gavin Corbett says Edinburgh has a long way to go to be a “sustainable” city.
Let’s shine a light on common stairways, says Cllr Melanie Main
Waste collections have been high profile in Edinburgh in recent weeks. Green Environment spokesperson Cllr Chas Booth outlines a Green way forward.
At the full meeting of the city council today, Green councillor, Gavin Corbett, asked why the city chambers quadrangle is so often crammed with cars. Below is an edited version of what he said.
Andy Wightman MSP, Housing spokesperson for the Scottish Greens, used today’s Holyrood debate on housing to urge Scottish Ministers to stop developers inflating the cost of land.
Green MSP Andy Wightman argues that Edinburgh needs greater powers if it is to rise to the expectations of residents.
Nigel Bagshaw on behalf of Green councillors restates support for continued public ownership of Lothian Buses, after suggestions – which appear to be based on a misreading of the proposals – that there may be moves to privatise the company.
Green councillors are pressing council leader, Andrew Burns, to make available a confidential memo on problems with the city refuse collection, after it was leaked to the press at the weekend.