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The Green Party is growing fast. We now represent people in Westminster and in a record number of local councils across the country.

Across Yorkshire we have elected Greens serving on eight local authorities and many more town and parish councils.

We're working progressively on local issues; to improve the lives of all people across our region, and to improve our local environment.

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.

Recent News

Green Party Mayoral Candidate calls for failing Green Homes scheme to be brought under Regional control

9 February 2021 | 0 Comments

Green Party Candidate for West Yorkshire Mayor, Councillor Andrew Cooper has called for a faltering Government scheme to make homes ‘greener’ to be brought under regional control. It has been revealed that under the Green Homes Grant only 5% of the allocated £1.5bn budget for householders has been awarded. The scheme was launched in September […]

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Bradford and Leeds Greens warn housebuilding plans for Tong Valley could lead to more flooding in West Leeds

8 February 2021 | 0 Comments

Green campaigners have warned Bradford Council to rethink plans to allocate large areas of the Tong Valley for housing following flooding downstream in Pudsey and Wortley. Over the weekend, flood warnings were in place at Pudsey Beck where water levels have risen as a result of the recent persistent rainfall. In Wortley, the lower ring […]

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Green Party mayoral candidate calls for new ideas to tackle fly-tipping epidemic

15 January 2021 | 0 Comments

The Green Party’s candidate in this year’s West Yorkshire Mayoral Election has called for councils across West Yorkshire to look at alternative measures to tackle the fly tipping epidemic across the county. Councillor Andrew Cooper, who is also a councillor from Huddersfield has called for the local authorities to look at what other areas are […]

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