We love Ealing, and we want to keep it wonderful for you by adding a Green voice to Ealing Council.
You have three votes. Make one of them Green where you live on 3 May to get a collaborative, innovative councillor in your area. If elected, we promise:
We will protect, enhance and grow our green spaces, both parks and natural habitats. We want a pesticide-free Ealing, with big plans to reduce plastics and fossil fuel use. We will do everything we can to keep Warren Farm and all Metropolitan Open Land for the common good. London can truly be a National Park City.
Democracy and transparency:
We will always listen, and put residents first in everything we do. We work for you and will publish all the data, minutes and decisions we can.
We have bold ideas that are an alternative to runaway development and high rise flats. We will be a voice for residents. We will provide resident-led, genuinely affordable housing on existing developed land, with holistic planning. We’ll change the Council Tax rules to make sure homes are for people to live in, not empty shells for investors. We endorse and will deliver Community Land Trusts.
We will actually deliver a cinema.
We will make our streets and public open spaces safer and more pleasant for everyone, with reduced traffic. Walking and cycling must be safe and accessible. Uxbridge Road and other roads need a Healthy Streets rethink.
We must save Ealing Hospital as well as the rest of the NHS. Read more here.
Security and wellbeing:
We will keep you safe and healthy, working with police and voluntary groups to help the most vulnerable.
We will make Ealing and Hanwell more beautiful and tranquil, with less noise and air pollution. We will divest Ealing’s fossil fuel pensions.
We promote dignity, equality, social justice and human rights for all. Nobody in Ealing will be homeless.
We will champion and revitalise local businesses and good jobs, listening to what support local entrepreneurs need while working nationally to prevent a hard Brexit.
We will make the redevelopment of Old Oak Common a ‘people’s’ development, fighting to mitigate pollution, disruption and noise from HS2 and its construction for local residents.
We will genuinely oppose Heathrow expansion and the noise and pollution that would bring, while protecting local jobs and making the existing airport a better neighbour.