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According to the Greens, the Council's commitment to zero carbon emissions by 2030 has been "thrown into disarray". Image Credit: Hounslow Greens

THE Green Party candidate for the Brentford West Ward, Stephen Clark, has challenged Hounslow Council on the environmental impact of the new apartment buildings being built in Brentford and across the borough.

According to Mr Clark, the Council's commitment to zero carbon emissions by 2030 has been "thrown into disarray by their failing to take into account the carbon cost of their massive building programme".

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From Left: Nic Ferriday, Andree Frieze, Marcus Austin, Anthony Agius, Grace Gray, Sue Austin. Photo: Val Snewin

Andrée Frieze, Green Party London Assembly candidate, visited Park Road Allotments in Isleworth this week to support the campaign against the Northumberland Estate's plan to concrete over the site with seven blocks of flats comprising 80 dwellings.

The allotments are a designated Local Open Space in Hounslow Council's Local Plan and an Asset of Community Value.

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On Tuesday Andree Frieze (left) and Sian Berry, Green Party Candidate for Mayor, visited Save The World Club, a charity in Kingston that puts the principles of re-use and the circular economy into action by taking food, resources and goods that would have

Andree Frieze, the Green Party candidate for South West London in the London Assembly elections, gives her thoughts on reversing the decline of our town centres and high streets and her vision for making them a vibrant and varied place to visit; for shopping, working, entertainment and leisure and for just getting together.

Andree says, "Our high streets face huge challenges especially from on-line shopping. The pandemic has increased the problem with people still cautious about returning to them.

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Green Party London Assembly candidate for South West London Andree Frieze has written to the commissioner

Kew Bridge is no longer safe shared space for cyclists and pedestrians after recent works to lanes and the pavement, the Green Party has said.

The decision to remove the northbound shared cycle lane on Kew Bridge and the lack of connection between Cycleway 9 in Brentford as well as new segregated cycle lanes on Kew Road has been raised with London's Walking and Cycling Commissioner.

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