Archive for April, 2010

Parliamentary and Local Council Elections 2010

Posted on April 22, 2010. Filed under: Housing News |

Justice Not Crisis Members stand as Green Party Candidates.

After years of an ineffective Labour Government who have continually taken £MILLIONS from Birmingham Housing Tenants JNC members who had previously Supported Labour have decided to stand as Council Candidates in Areas where we feel the Labour Vote can be reduced to allow another Party to win that seat. In Kingstanding and Brandwood JNC urge voters to Vote Conservative in other wards we urge our readers to vote most effectively to remove the Labour Councillor/MP.

The Green Party are not standing a local or Parliamentary Candidate in Erdington and JNC would urge  Green voters/supporters to Vote Conservative. 

The Conservative -Lib-Dem controlled Council have finally started to build more social housing in Birmingham and the first new homes will be ready for occupation in 2011. The Conservative Party have listened to the people of Birmingham and Acted.

Work has also commenced on Pershore Road Edgbaston the site of our first squat which will see new Council homes for rent, and our second Squat The Firebird which will see a mix of Socially rented and shared ownership homes available next year.

JNC members standing as Green Party Local Election Candidates are :-

Lee Moore      Kingstanding.

Colette Tedstone  Shard End

Kirsty Tedstone   Lozells and East Handsworth

A full list of all candidates can be found on the link below :

http://www.birmingham.gov.uk/cs/Satellite?c=Page&childpagename=Elections%2FPageLayout&cid=1223092560470&pagename=BCC%2FCommon%2FWrapper%2FInlineWrapper

In Moseley and Kings Heath JNC  urge supporters to Vote Liberal democrat.

Supporters who Live in Solihull in the Smiths Wood or Chelmsley Wood wards are urged to Vote Green, JNC fully support the Green Party who  are confident of gains from the BNP and Labour in these Wards.

We would like to thank the hundreds of supporters who wish to see  more Socially rented housing, better standards in homes and resident led regeneration projects,  for the many messages of support we continue to get.

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