Tuesday, 7 April 2015

Green Party Deputy Leader AMELIA WOMACK Comes To Town To Discuss Housing Crisis – THIS THURSDAY!!

Letting agent boards in NewtownThe report, entitled “Everyone Knows We Have a Housing Crisis: Let’s Do Something About It” focuses on the action needed urgently to ensure that we have enough affordable housing to meet the needs of all.

Keith is introducing his report at a series of speaker meetings across the South East, visiting Reading this Thursday 9th April.

At the Reading meeting, Keith will be joined on the platform by Ian Caren (Launchpad), Clare Welton (Fuel Poverty Action), Martin Wicks (Defend Council Housing) and our very own national Deputy Leader Amelia Womack (seehttps://www.greenparty.org.uk/people/deputy-leader-amelia-womack.html).

All members and supporters are strongly encouraged to attend this meeting in order to discuss the impact of the housing crisis in the South East and to show the strength of local support for our national Deputy Leader and regional MEP! (Honourable exceptions, of course, to those who will be canvassing at this time.)

The meeting will take place at 6.30pm on Thursday 9th April at The Salvation Army hall on Anstey Road, Reading (RG1 7JR).

There is car parking nearby at the NCP car park in the Broad St Mall (http://www.ncp.co.uk/find-a-car-park/car-parks/reading-broad-street-mall). Parking costs £3.50 for the entire evening after 6.00pm.

PLEASE sign-up to attend the meeting here: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/everyone-knows-we-have-a-housing-crisis-lets-do-something-about-it-tickets-16106169988. (Note: the meeting is free and no tickets are required but signing up helps greatly with planning and organising the event).

” focuses on the action needed urgently to ensure that we have enough affordable housing to meet the needs of all.

Keith is introducing his report at a series of speaker meetings across the South East, visiting Reading this Thursday 9th April.

At the Reading meeting, Keith will be joined on the platform by Ian Caren (Launchpad), Clare Welton (Fuel Poverty Action), Martin Wicks (Defend Council Housing) and our very own national Deputy Leader Amelia Womack (seehttps://www.greenparty.org.uk/people/deputy-leader-amelia-womack.html).

All members and supporters are strongly encouraged to attend this meeting in order to discuss the impact of the housing crisis in the South East and to show the strength of local support for our national Deputy Leader and regional MEP! (Honourable exceptions, of course, to those who will be canvassing at this time.)

The meeting will take place at 6.30pm on Thursday 9th April at The Salvation Army hall on Anstey Road, Reading (RG1 7JR).

There is car parking nearby at the NCP car park in the Broad St Mall (http://www.ncp.co.uk/find-a-car-park/car-parks/reading-broad-street-mall). Parking costs £3.50 for the entire evening after 6.00pm.

PLEASE sign-up to attend the meeting here: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/everyone-knows-we-have-a-housing-crisis-lets-do-something-about-it-tickets-16106169988. (Note: the meeting is free and no tickets are required but signing up helps greatly with planning and organising the event). .

1 comment:

Greg Kaye said...

At a fundamental level Womack betrays core principles of a genuine green policy and basic common sense in following the idiocy of Shahrar Ali on immigration. Due to this now insane immigration policies and the catastrophic effects that they will have on any conception of the sustainability of the United Kingdom (also within the context of their abject failure to even consider the fundamental problem human overpopulation) the party that they mislead is fundamentally THE LEAST GREEN PARTY of any major political group in England and Wales. UKIP and, yes, both the tories AND labour are certainly FAR GREENER.

The unavoidably sad fact is that countries with high population densities (such as many in Europe and exemplified by the UK) already have need to import vast amounts of food simply so as to feed their own burgeoning and inflating populations. Much of this food is already imported from a wide range of countries including those from which people are leaving. Many of these countries, especially in locations from Africa to Afghanistan, have exceedingly high birthrates. This is very clearly illustrated on the map of countries by fertility rate presented at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Total_fertility_rate .