Worcester Green Party successfully proposed three budget amendments at Worcester City Council’s meeting of full council at the Guildhall on 21st February

23 February 2017

Louis StephenThe Green group leader, Cllr Louis Stephen, said:

'We are very pleased. We secured cross party agreement for all three of our budget ideas: to install solar panels and electric car charging points on top of St Martin's Gate Car Park, to invest in energy saving ideas for the Guildhall, and also to plant trees to reduce air pollution in key parts of the city centre.'

Solar panels on St Martin's Gate Car Park

The City Council will set aside £80,000 from the 2017/18 City Plan annual £1 million budget and then after proper investigation to structural, technical and commercial feasibility will implement a solar panel installation on top of St Martin's Gate car park. The scheme will be designed to minimise loss of parking spaces and will offer a number of electric car charging points.

Energy conservation in the Guildhall

The City Council will set aside up to £10,000 from the 2017/18 City Plan annual £1 million budget to investigate possible invest-to-save options to reduce the energy costs of running The Guildhall.

Additional tree planting

The City Council will work with the County Council in assessing the feasibility of various sites and provide an initial £20,000 fund to pay for a number of trees to be planted.






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Green Party Meetings

All Green Party members are welcome to come along to our monthly meeting to discuss our plans for Worcester and Worcestershire.

Our next meeting starts at 7.30pm on Wednesday 18th September in The Paul Pry pub (back room) on The Butts, WR1 3PA.

For more information, contact Louis via email or telephone 01905 359 509.

Petition: Cycle parking at Worcester City Museum

https://www.change.org/p/worcestershire-county-council-cycle-parking-at-worcester-city-museum

Worcester City Museum has no public cycle parking. The City Museum is situated on a cycle lane. Cycle parking would mean that City Museum visitors can make sustainable transport choices and help ease the City's traffic congestion.