Kent Police announce new town constable for Whitstable
Local residents and councillors welcomed today's news that Whitstable is to receive a new town constable following a six month campaign organised by Whitstable Labour Party
Now is the Time: Affordable Homes for All.
Councillor for Northgate ward, and leader of the Labour Group, Alan Baldock, has written to the Kentish Gazette urging the Council to be bolder when it comes to developing housing in the district.
Last week, Canterbury's Chief Executive stated in the Kentish Gazette, that the thousands of new homes needed are a “big ask”. Labour believes that Canterbury residents are worth such a "big ask," as it isn't really too much to hope, in this
We have work to do
A climate emergency is upon us. That fact is not altered by the welcome decision of the City Council, last Thursday, to declare it: nothing has changed as a result of the consensual decision to recognise the seriousness of the challenge that faces the whole of humanity.
We have work to do.
Finally, Canterbury Council makes an Emergency of the Climate Emergency!
After weeks of marches and protests, climate change activists and local Labour members have succeeded in convincing Canterbury Council to listen. A state of emergency has finally been declared but only after the Tory-led city councillors were dragged there, kicking and screaming. Historically, the Conservative faction has argued that they could not take the necessary lead on congestion and pollution in our seaside towns and City, because it was not their problem, passing the