Today in full council Chas Booth spoke in a debate about Brexit, a people’s vote, and the impact on EU citizens in Edinburgh. The text of what he said is below.
This weekend sees Leith Theatre’s first professional stage production in 30 years. Cllr Chas Booth celebrates the Theatre’s success.
Improving basic roads maintenance should be a higher priority than building new roads and roundabouts argues Chas Booth.
Edinburgh Greens’ transport spokesperson Cllr Chas Booth argues that any tram extension to Newhaven must make life easier for those walking and cycling.
Chas Booth argues that holding council officers to account needs something more than grandstanding in the council chamber.
The shift to electric vehicles needs to go hand in hand with traffic reduction in the city, argues Councillor Chas Booth.
Green transport spokesperson Chas Booth says a step change is needed in in both cycling infrastructure – and in attitudes – in order to avoid future tragedies.
On Tuesday 25th April, at a special hustings, Cllr Chas Booth, Green spokesperson on Environment and Sustainability, set out the changes to sustainable development that Greens want to see in the capital.
Gillian Mackay, Scottish Green Party candidate for Forth, and Chas Booth, Green councillor for Leith, set out their priorities for Newhaven if elected on 4 May.
Britannia should stay in Leith, argues Green councillor Chas Booth