Today Nottingham City Council Leader, Cllr David Mellen responded to the Government’s long overdue “Levelling Up” White Paper, cautiously welcoming the next steps on devolution but highlighting that these words do little to reverse the damage that twelve years of unprecedented Conservative cuts has caused to Nottingham.
Labour Councillors Calling on Government to take burden of Social Care Funding from the Council Tax Payer
At Full Council on Monday 10th January Nottingham City Labour Councillors are expressing their disappointment with the Government’s response to the social care crisis and… Read More »Labour Councillors Calling on Government to take burden of Social Care Funding from the Council Tax Payer
At full council yesterday afternoon, Cllr Longford was asked what she would like to see from COP26 this week and what progress Nottingham has made… Read More »Deputy Leader sets out aspirations for COP26 ahead of visit to Glasgow
On the 13th of January 2020 Nottingham Labour proposed and approved the Carbon Neutral Charter and Action Plan. It was then agreed to declare a… Read More »Delivering for Sustainability in Future Planning Developments.
Cllr Rebecca Langton will propose a motion for Full Council on Monday 8th November, calling for more to be done to address the impact that… Read More »Labour Councillor proposes motion to tackle unaffordable childcare costs for Nottingham families
In response to a question at July Full Council, the Portfolio Holder for Finance and Resources has called on the Government to retain the £20… Read More »“Universal Credit uplift should be permanent” says city councillor
Nottingham Labour has put a motion at the July Full Council meeting urging the Government to support the Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill, highlighting their… Read More »Nottingham Labour Urges Support for Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill
The Leader of Nottingham City Council, Cllr David Mellen, has written to the Secretary of State for Transport urging the Government to press ahead with… Read More »Local Labour Leader Says Eastern Leg of HS2 Essential for Jobs and Better Transport