Taymar Pitman - Candidate for Newcastle upon Tyne Central

I believe that the Green Party are the only party to offer real change and to put people and their quality of life, first. The threats to economic, social and environmental wellbeing are part of the same problem; we can’t solve one of these crises without solving the others.

Our country has faced much turmoil in recent years, with our government prioritising austerity and Brexit instead of providing the services that we need. Public funding has been slashed, especially in the North. I’d like to see Newcastle receive its fair share of financial support, so that we can invest in our infrastructure, create a green economy and meet the needs of future generations.

Being part of the community is important to me and I campaign on local issues such as road safety and air quality. I organise regular litter picks, volunteer locally and have worked hard for four years with other campaigners, to reopen Elswick Pool. I will stand up for people’s rights and be a strong voice for residents in Newcastle upon Tyne Central.

As a Green MP, I will campaign for cheaper public transport, cleaner air to breathe and proper jobs that pay a living wage instead of zero hours contracts. I will work hard to safeguard our NHS, protect our environment and re-nationalise our railways.

Newcastle has seen years of under-investment and reduced services. It’s time for new leadership to ensure that our city is a fair, happy and healthy place to live.

Email Taymar: tay@nclgreens.org.uk

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News

Green Party announces candidates for all three constituencies in Newcastle upon Tyne

By leeirving | 28th April 2017

The Newcastle upon Tyne Green Party has selected its parliamentary candidates for the 2017 general election. Once again the party will stand in all three of Newcastle’s constituencies, with Alison Whalley the candidate for Newcastle upon Tyne North, Peter Thomson standing for Newcastle upon Tyne Central and Alistair Ford, standing as a parliamentary candidate for […]

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City Council amends its Public Space Protection Order after pressure from Greens

By leeirving | 25th April 2017

On Monday 24th April, Newcastle City Council’s Cabinet approved a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) for the city.  The Cabinet agenda papers online include both the order and the Green Party response to the previous proposal.  Towards the end of 2016, Greens had distributed leaflets in Heaton about the PSPO, and held a protest in […]

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A Sustainable Newcastle – what does this really mean

By leeirving | 16th April 2017

Newcastle Young Greens and Newcastle Green Party are co-hosting a one-day conference on Saturday 6th May, on the theme, A Sustainable Newcastle – what does this really mean. speakers Mark Burton (Steady State Manchester) and Chi Onwurah (MP Newcastle Central) a choice of three workshops the film “GrowthBusters” (Dave Gardner, 2011) a chaired debate between Chi Onwurah […]

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Green submission for the 2017/18 Newcastle City Council budget

By leeirving | 1st January 2017

The theme for our 2016 budget submission is Taking Back Control.  Government needs to devolve more funding and powers to local authorities, and the Council needs to devolve to its neighbourhoods.  The Council’s budget proposals promise more of the same – more investment in the city centre to attract new businesses, and “to grow as […]

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Stepping up the campaign against a proposed begging ban

By leeirving | 18th November 2016

Greens will be in Heaton this weekend, to distribute information on the Council’s proposals to criminalise begging and rough sleeping across Newcastle. The Council’s proposed Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) would make even passively begging a criminal offence, and visibly possessing bedding could attract a £1,000 fine or fixed penalty notice (paragraph 16 of the […]

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Taymar Pitman - Newcastle upon Tyne Central
Taymar Pitman - Newcastle upon Tyne Central

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