Green Party call for Election

16 March 2017

Following the resignation of Councillor Charles Flatman, the Green Party has called for an election to ensure the town of Eye will soon be represented by an elected councillor again.

Andrew Stringer

Ten Million Pounds of New Homes Bonus is unspent

20 February 2017

Our Council has the funds to spend in communities – so why isn’t it spent?

Government won't fix housing crisis

14 February 2017

Letter from Green Party councillor Rachel Eburne to East Anglian Daily Times

Cabinet governance model will not make Council more efficient

21 December 2016

The Conservative Administration at Mid Suffolk District Council are proposing a move to the Cabinet system of governance for the council. Green Party opposition councillors dispute their claims of “greater levels of openness, transparency and collaboration” and that such a system will make decision making more efficient.

Sarah Mansel

Green Party councillors concerned at loss of housing for vulnerable.

03 December 2016

Green Party councillors are concerned about the loss of housing stock for the most vulnerable. Re-classifying sheltered housing for general use should not go ahead

Conservatives reject chance to invest locally

27 November 2016

Green Party proposal for half of borrowed £25 million to be invested locally rejected by Conservative group as “too risky” while MPs express concern over “risks” of councils’ property dealings

Cllr Rachel Eburne

Broadband finally makes it to Haughley Green

18 October 2016

Residents in Haughley Green can finally order superfast broadband, after six long years of campaigning for it. A new fibre-enabled cabinet has been installed in Haughley Green and all telephone lines have been re-routed through this.


Proposal for Devolution to include post-Brexit “CAP”

18 October 2016

As the Devolution proposal for Suffolk & Norfolk moves forward to possible adoption later this autumn, Suffolk Greens have asked if control of post Brexit agricultural support payments, promised to replace the Common Agricultural policy (CAP), can be devolved to the two counties.

Jonathan Bartley Co-leader of Green Party

Boundary Review

13 September 2016

Democratic deficit not addressed by boundary changes. 6 million people still have no vote

Conservatives pick Ipswich for new Mid Suffolk HQ without public debate

24 July 2016

Opposition Green Party councillors condemn lack of open government

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