Category Archives: green

Investment worked in Copenhagen – why won’t politicians make the case here?

A while ago Copenhagen began spending serious money on making itself a nicer city. The outcome seems about as positive as you could possibly hope: “Investing in cycling lanes not only cuts CO2 emissions and improves citizens’ health and quality of life, … Continue reading

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More cars parking means more business in Richmond

Despite the absence of any usable evidence, Richmond Council’s latest plan to help local traders is to remove lots of yellow lines. The Council member for Highways sums up how our Tory council views car in a nutshell: “…by the … Continue reading

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Is your journey two miles or less? Please use your car

Richmond’s local papers are going all gooey over the fabulous RichmondCard: lots of free parking if you’re local, and happy to move your car somewhere else after 30 minutes. Of course you might ask yourself: wouldn’t it be a really … Continue reading

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