Tong Ward Green Party

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Standing up for our community

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Working hard all year round, not just at election time

Tong Ward Green Party and community campaigner Matt Edwards have been campaigning on a number of big issues around Tong Ward.

This ranges from trying to tackle the fly- tipping problem in our area, protecting our green spaces and making the areas safer.

In 2019, Matt was within one vote of becoming the first Green Party councillor for Bradford South

If you have any issues that you want Matt to look into, please get in touch:

Email: matt.edwards@greenparty.org.uk

Twitter: @greenmattbfd

Your Tong Ward Team

Latest Tong Ward News

Greens call on Bradford Council to get to grips with “flytipping epidemic”

9th January 2019 | 0 Comments

Bradford Green Party has raised concerns with “flytipping epidemic” in Holme Wood and surrounding areas. Back in November, government data showed that reports of fly-tipping incidents across the district had jumped up by 17.4 per cent from the previous year. The cost of clearing up fly-tipping has also skyrocketed – increasing 85 per cent over the […]

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Residents call for action to tackle ‘unofficial rest stop’ on Rook Lane

8th November 2018 | 0 Comments

Residents living on Rook Lane near Dudley Hill have been asking Bradford Council for years to tackle the issue of HGVs using the road as an unofficial rest stop. The volume of large vehicles using Rook Lane is disrupting residents lives with severe noise pollution, as well as adding to already dangerous levels of air […]

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Plans for 113 houses on Bierley greenbelt approved by Bradford Council

22nd August 2018 | 0 Comments

Bradford Green Party has reacted with disappointment that a Bradford Council Committee has voted to APPROVE a planning application to build 113 houses on Spen View Lane. The application was opposed by many local people and over 140 objections were made in relation to the application. Opposition centred around not being enough doctors and schools […]

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