25 March 2018
Green Councillor Jonathan Essex is celebrating after Surrey County Council unanimously passed a motion to tackle the scourge of single-use-plastics and to adopt a strategy to end their use in Surrey.
07 February 2018
“Invest in recycling in Surrey, not a retail park in Loughborough”: Greens propose budget changes.
23 January 2018
Surrey County Council’s financial problems are set to continue as a Council Tax rise of 6% was announced, as well as £66 million of spending reductions required in the next financial year. Let’s demand better funding for Councils and invest in services for a better future.
10 January 2018
"Surrey's Waste Plan to 2033 is open for consultation until February 7th The link is given below.. It proposes 3-6 incinerators in the Green Belt which will reduce recycling, just when Surrey was doing so well at it. But the plan doesn't make that clear. To help with your response we've produced a briefing- link given below.
19 December 2017
Cllr Jonathan Essex, on behalf of Surrey Greens, has submitted a response to the Government consultation on airport expansion. It has been seeking views on the revised draft Airports National Policy Statement. Green MEPs Keith Taylor (SE England) and Jean Lambert (London) have also sent in their views.
24 November 2017
Cllr Jonathan Essex tackles two budgets in one day
24 November 2017
National data released last week has revealed that Surrey County Council is investing over £159 million in the fossil fuel industry through their management of the council pension fund . Campaigners say the controversial investments threaten the climate and also represent an unacceptable financial risk to pension-holders.
09 April 2017
Newly Published list of Greenparty Candidates reveals fourfold increase in number of candidates stood.
26 March 2017
Greenparty Launch it's Manifesto for Surrey 2017 Country Council Elections which focuses on our ECONOMY, ENVIRONMENT, TRANSPORT, PUBLIC SERVICES and ETHICS & DEMOCRACY.
23 September 2016
Green Party Councillor Jonathan Essex has called upon Surrey County Council’s Pension Fund to stop investing in the fossil fuels industry.