Tag Archives: air pollution

Sian Berry backs Crystal Palace community

Sian Berry, our candidate for Mayor of London and top candidate for the London Assembly elections in May 2016, came to visit Crystal Palace yesterday. She pledged support from City Hall and an end to top-down meddling for community groups with vision, energy and plans for Crystal Palace Park, the National Sports Centre, Upper Norwood Library, a neighbourhood forum, the Central Hill Estate, and the Crystal Palace Transition Town’s transport group. Continue reading Sian Berry backs Crystal Palace community

Announcing our candidates for the 7th May

Shasha Khan, Rashid Nix and Tom Chance are standing for the Green Party in the three constituencies that meet in Crystal Palace, and have launched ten pledges for the local area. Continue reading Announcing our candidates for the 7th May

Boris’ vision for Crystal Palace: no tram, more traffic

Boris Johnson has unveiled his long-term infrastructure plan, setting out what he thinks London needs up to 2050. There’s lots to take in, but two quick headlines for Crystal Palace are: no tram extension, and more motor traffic on our polluted, congested roads. Continue reading Boris’ vision for Crystal Palace: no tram, more traffic

Lambeth Labour blocking air pollution solutions

Air pollution is responsible for over 4,000 premature deaths in London, making it the second most deadly health problem after smoking. Crystal Palace suffers from long queues of dirty traffic crawling through the area, so why would Lambeth Labour try to block a Green initiative to do something about it? Continue reading Lambeth Labour blocking air pollution solutions