Felled trees on Armada Way, image by Tony Staunton

Green Party response to Armada Way Design consultation

04 January 2024

At the beginning of the latest consultation period on the amended Armada Way Design, Green Party councillors Ian Poyser and Lauren McLay met with the Council’s independent consultation team where they expressed a number of points for consideration. They questioned why the proposal includes the translocation of a further six trees.

Plymouth Green Party back ceasefire in Gaza

20 November 2023

The local party supports the national Green Party call for a ceasefire in Gaza.

George Wheeler

Green Party standing candidates in all 19 wards up for election on 4 May 2023

24 April 2023

Entrepreneurs, a housing expert, teachers and community leaders are among the diverse range of candidates standing in the local elections for Plymouth City Council on May 4th.

Q and A Armada Way

24 March 2023

Only acceptable decision for Conservative Leader to resign

22 March 2023

We welcome the decision today of Conservative leader Richard Bingley, who signed the executive order to fell the trees in Armada Way, to resign.

Greens file no confidence motion in Council Leader Richard Bingley

20 March 2023

Conservative Leader disregarded the clear results of the public engagement showing a majority against the current scheme and ignored the views of many elected councillors and thousands of residents who signed a petition calling for more trees to be saved.

Cut down Armada Way trees  Image: STRAW

Greens call for independent inquiry into Armada Way tree felling

15 March 2023

Last night’s mass felling of trees, taking place under the cover of darkness with no advance warning, is a shameful and shocking act going against the will of Plymouth citizens. It flies in the face of the recent ‘meaningful community engagement’, where an overwhelming majority objected to the Armada Way regeneration scheme in its current form.

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