07 May 2020
BCP Council reported on 6th May that many people who were rough sleeping or faced homelessness across the area and who have been temporarily housed in response to the Covid-19 lockdown in March are being supported into more longer-term sustainable accommodation.
07 May 2020
Green Party Councillor Chris Rigby opposes Conservative members of BCP Council plans to sell the Town Hall and cut jobs as part of efforts to address the financial impact of the coronavirus.
01 May 2020
Good news from Planning Committee as they grant permission for two significant developments to help tackle the national housing crisis.
20 April 2020
Bournemouth, Christchurch & Poole's Green councillors Simon Bull and Chris Rigby have joined other Green councillors across the country in signing an open letter to Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick to demand emergency and longer-term funding to enable local authorities to continue to support communities during the coronavirus crisis.
19 April 2020
BCP Council have announced that they are resuming garden waste collection services across Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole, starting Monday 20 April.
18 April 2020
Councillor Chris Rigby has hailed a fantastic number of volunteer signups for BCP Council's "Together We Can" programme, offering support to people in need across Bournemouth, Christchurch & Poole during the coronavirus crisis. 48 volunteers have signed up in Winton East ward alone.
16 April 2020
At the BCP Council meeting on 18th February, the Council banned the use of Sky Lanterns and Helium Balloons from land owned by, and events licensed by, BCP Council.
10 April 2020
Followers of the Bournemouth Green Party Facebook page have reported great support where they are for the third week of the weekly Thursday evening #ClapForOurCarers initiative.
06 April 2020
Councillors Simon Bull and Chris Rigby have released a video which has reached 14,000 residents across Winton as a replacement for the next door-to-door newsletter.
04 April 2020
Bournemouth, Christchurch & Poole Green Party (BCPGP) is issuing a public apology for unknowingly selecting a former UKIP activist as its 2019 Parliamentary candidate for Poole. This individual has now decided to leave the Green Party.