Tom Sherman (C): “I came to Norwich to study and I quickly became a firm fan of this fine city. It has long been my ambition to serve the people of Crome and I hope that on May 3 they will see fit to choose me as their representative at City Hall. I have spent much of my time here campaigning across not only Norwich but also all of Norfolk, meaning I have a firm understanding of the issues facing our area at all levels.” … [Read more...] about Norwich City Council Elections 2018: Candidates in Bowthorpe, Crome and Catton Grove say why they deserve your vote
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He said: “To date we have achieved an impressive 57.1pc carbon reduction, which far exceeds our 40pc target by 2018. The government’s national target of 57pc carbon emissions reduction is due to be delivered by 2030, so we are 12 years ahead of that.” … [Read more...] about Green credentials of Norwich City Council questioned amid ‘climate emergency’ call
She asked if the council would adopt “ethical and sustainability” criteria in deciding how to invest and said it was “regrettable” City Hall had bought the gym in a development on the “lowest end” of the sustainability scale. … [Read more...] about Norwich City Council defends decision to buy gym in Ramsgate for £2.3m after fresh criticism
Nigel Lubbock is standing for the Lib Dems in Catton Grove. Picture: Archant Library. … [Read more...] about Norwich City Council elections 2019: Spotlight on Bowthorpe, Catton Grove and Crome
The surge in applications to build student housing in Norwich has prompted council bosses to investigate how much such development is appropriate in the city. Hundreds of new student flats are being built in the city centre, with schemes such as Pablo Fanque House in All Saints Green and the former Aviva towers in St Stephens Street under way. … [Read more...] about Are too many student flats being built in Norwich city centre?