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1 Green councillors slammed after raising safety fears over 5G
2 Badgers Dene new homes plan is thrown out again
3 Call for U-turn on Barnet dropped kerb policy | Times Series
4 Councillors give go-ahead to 137 home development on outskirts of Skipton
5 Calls for Labour and Greens to release 'secret document'
6 Brighton councillors secure funding to prevent homelessness
7 Slow progress at Forthill
8 Eccleshill petting farm site earmarked for family homes
9 MP stands firm over remaining a councillor
10 Barking and Dagenham drive in carol service announced
11 TPO 'sufficient' for Grove Park land, cabinet member says
12 Councillor at centre of Crowborough planning furore quits Tories
13 People Friendly Salisbury suspension criticised by Labour, Lib Dems and Greens
14 Barnet Council environment chiefs reveal £6.6m savings ideas
15 Green Party leader Eamon Ryan set to enjoy car ban on road where he lives
16 Borough buildings and street lights will switch to 100% renewable energy
17 Meetings are too often performance art
18 Gambling arcade given green light in Harlesden despite local opposition
19 Green light for £65m Royal George Village
20 Thousands of homes, shops, a school and more promised as controversial Eastern Green plans passed
21 Last orders for Rí-Rá and Globe as Central Hotel gets green light to expand
22 Cambridge MP backs relocation as Marshall radar row escalates
23 2 bars get green light for open-air drinking areas — but with no music
24 Council pauses social housing plans for Easthill in Frome
25 The five libraries that could be closed in Croydon to make up for budget gap have been announced
26 Residents object to housing proposal for Foredraft Street and Highfield Road, Cradley
27 Brent committee approves 21-storey tower in Wembley Park in 'breach' of planning policies
28 Residents' fears over anti-social behaviour and access to Greenville Court
29 Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council votes in favour of Local Plan amendments
30 Lockdown warning to those with 'I'm alright, Jack' attitudes as national shutdown looms
31 Cheshire East wants your feedback on green priorities
32 Royal Borough accused of 'green-washing' air quality figures
33 Conwy developers could be charged for upkeep of green spaces
34 Fresh HS2 plans in mid Cheshire 'adding to our Covid stress'
35 What does a Green Revolution mean for Dartmoor?
36 Festive lights twinkle on Norwegian Spruce in Holmes Chapel
37 Government funding secured for Aldershot and Farnborough improvements
39 Tipperary County Council approve €185million Budget for 2021
40 Major boost for green travel in Southampton
41 Camden Council rejects bin collection review despite Conservative and Liberal Democrat support
42 Bucks: Interesting planning applications you may have missed this week
43 Great Canfield application refused by Uttlesford District Council
44 Details revealed of Richmond's proposed community woodland
45 Carlow and Kilkenny business leaders ask you to shop local for today's Black Friday
46 Haringey leader's apology for repairs communications issues
47 Industry figures join Cheshire environmental champion
48 Staying active in Exeter’s green and open spaces
49 Conservative MPs write to all backbenchers asking them to pressure government over cladding
50 Cost of Winchester City Council's green strategy questioned
51 Winchester City Council electric charging points
52 Bracknell: Food waste collection service ready for March
53 Call for R4U to 'come clean' over auditors' refusal to sign off council accounts
54 Thousands of Teessiders wave goodbye to weekly bin collections after council makes official decision
55 Green light glory for new eco-friendly gym as plans given go-ahead
56 Market Quarter in Thurles gets the green light from District Council
57 Yate Park and Ride gets green light to proceed
58 Green light for football pitch and car parks plan
59 New Trees to be planted on Ground
60 Swansea pension fund on course to hit green target
61 Tributes paid to former Labour councillor Ken Cleary
62 Significant improvement works planned for major street in Offaly town
63 Revised plans for 'boring' homes off west Hull's golden mile secure green light
64 The final green bin collection dates in 2020 for Warrington
65 Oswestry mayor's call to ban public nuisances from car park
66 Burnley Green councillor fears lockdown baby milk shortage
67 Outer ring road dualling proposal 'should be scrapped' says York Green Party
68 GMSF: Manchester supports as wrangling continues
69 Local councillor is first to be tested at Airport Covid facility
70 Drivers urged to park responsibly at green spaces and beauty spots in Lichfield and Burntwood
71 Businessman's plans to sell alcohol from converted horsebox near Hatton Park scuppered by council
72 GMSF: Burnham begs Stockport Tories to accept plans
73 Council sets vision for green Caerphilly
74 Rosevale 'shortcut' won't be touched
75 £1.7bn Stonehenge A303 tunnel given the green light
76 Islington marks Remembrance Sunday with small socially distanced ceremonies
77 Video: 'Weak and irresponsible leadership' – Labour hits out at 'political fix' over top job
78 'Idiots' riding bikes tear up village green
79 Flats up to six storeys high near green belt win approval
80 Holmer Green Senior School to face enforcement action over sports dome 'monstrosity'
81 Conservative candidates unveiled for local elections
82 Ken Rhatigan invited to conference dinner by Thakeham Group
83 Plans to build on car park would 'impact on economic viability' of village
84 St Helens Council reject 'monstrous' Haydock Point plans ahead of public inquiry
85 Council votes to launch its own housing company
86 Photography competition captures Exeter’s stunning trees
87 Concerns over plans for 5G mast at Peartree Green, Southampton
88 Green Party councillor's concern over coastal erosion evident in Balbriggan
89 Harborough councillor urges people to 'spread the word not Covid-19' as the rate of infection seriously escalates across Leicestershire
90 Camden and Haringey mark Remembrance Sunday | Hampstead Highgate Express
91 Wave of resignations puts pressure on Greens
92 Kitewood Creekside Village East plans agreed
93 Green light for Kilkenny's Vicar Street to become one-way route
94 'Move!' campaign encourages Cork people to stay active
95 Hope and despair as Northumberland County Council draws-up budget for 2021/22
96 Early construction of prototype innovative light rail vehicle for the City of Coventry
97 Royaldown: Opposition mounting against major homes-plan
98 Bid to protect trees on former Alnwick school site set for the green light
99 Wrexham Council leader asked to apologise as area's Local Development Plan in jeopardy for second time
100 Greater Cambridge Shared Waste Service goes green with first electric bin lorry