Thursday, 9 June 2011

Visiting Hullbridge on Tuesday 14th June in support of Green Party byelection Candidate Diane Hoy

 

I'm visiting Hullbridge on the afternoon of the 14th June with a small party from Norwich (including elected Councillors) to support Green Party Candidate Diane Hoy in this by-election... The by-election is being held on the 16th June and Diane stands a very good chance to become the second Green Councillor on the District Council by joining her husband Michael who was elected last year.

The key issue at this by-election is the Tory policy of building 500 houses on Green Belt land within the village.  This was opposed by over 800 residents during a consultation last year, which the Tory Administration has ignored and the Green Party will now be demanding that the Council meet to discuss this in full.

I am really looking forward to meeting the voters of Hullbridge this Tuesday. They have a great opportunity at this byelection to create a Green Party group on the local Council, by electing Diane to make up a Hoy husband-and-wife team on the Council. I think that local people are already well aware that only the Greens can be trusted to fight development on Green Belt land tooth and nail: now is the chance to strengthen that fight.

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I'm visiting Hullbridge on the afternoon of the 14th June with a small party from Norwich (including elected Councillors) to support Green Party Candidate Diane Hoy in this by-election... The by-election is being held on the 16th June and Diane stands a very good chance to become the second Green Councillor on the District Council by joining her husband Michael who was elected last year.

The key issue at this by-election is the Tory policy of building 500 houses on Green Belt land within the village.  This was opposed by over 800 residents during a consultation last year, which the Tory Administration has ignored and the Green Party will now be demanding that the Council meet to discuss this in full.

I am really looking forward to meeting the voters of Hullbridge this Tuesday. They have a great opportunity at this byelection to create a Green Party group on the local Council, by electing Diane to make up a Hoy husband-and-wife team on the Council. I think that local people are already well aware that only the Greens can be trusted to fight development on Green Belt land tooth and nail: now is the chance to strengthen that fight.

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