Warwick District Green Party
13 Town Councillors and 8 District Councillors
The Green Party is the only major political party in the UK that is committed fully to a life based on democracy and justice within the planet's limits.
The Green Party has always dared to be different - and we’ve always known the power of good ideas.
Here in Warwick District, following the council elections in 2019, we have 13 Town Councillors and 8 District Councillors.
We're working progressively on local issues; to improve the lives of all people in Warwick District, and to improve our local environment. As part of the Green Party of England & Wales, we share a deep concern for social and environmental justice, expressed through our national policies, we believe fair is worth fighting for.
We rely on people power rather than corporate finance in all that we do. Get involved with us today so that we can achieve so much more for Leamington, Kenilworth and Warwick.
The Green Party Political Programme sets out what Greens are in politics to do: to end the system that keeps hurting the environment and all of us who rely on it – and to build a better alternative.
This Programme isn’t like other parties’ manifestos, it has not been squeezed through focus groups and stripped down according to the latest polling. Instead it has been built from policies proposed and voted on by our members, looking to secure the long term future of the places and people they love.
It’s a vision of a better world, and together we can deliver it.
AC Lloyds have submitted a planning application for 200 new properties south of Asda and East of Whitnash. Read Cllr Will Robert’s full objection. […]
We’ve published our initial response to the Council’s Newbold Comyn consultation. Have a look and tell us where you agree or disagree. What do you think should happen to this wonderful green space? Read Warwick District Green Party initial response to Newbold Comyn masterplan (pdf) […]
Supporters outside the town hall at the start of the council meeting The Green Party is part of a cross-party campaign in Warwick District aiming to make the council carbon-neutral by 2025 and the district carbon-neutral by 2030. A referendum will be held on May 7th to decide whether the Council should increase council tax […]