How to give Exeter’s climate emergency plans some welly

The coronavirus crisis has led to some reworking of the actions to develop a practical response to the climate emergency in Exeter.  This could be an opportunity to make the plans more robust. Yesterday, 26 March, should have been the climax of public engagement activity in the development of a “roadmap” to a carbon neutral … More How to give Exeter’s climate emergency plans some welly

No sanctions please, we’re councillors

Scene:  A committee room in Exeter City Council’s Paris Street offices. Cast:  Councillor Chris Musgrave (Green Party), Councillor Pete Edwards (Labour Leader of the Council), plus other members of the Corporate Services Scrutiny Committee, attendants, and a member of the public. Cllr Musgrave (after having asked several questions stonewalled by the Leader):  What sanctions are … More No sanctions please, we’re councillors

Vision on

Exeter City Council’s Chief Executive has given an important and valuable lead in setting a new direction for the city. The Legacy Like many other English towns and cities Exeter’s growth and development has been erratic, sometimes managed and sometimes not.  The post-war reconstruction of the High Street was actively managed by the current council’s … More Vision on