On Sat 5th March, Portsmouth Lib Dems enjoyed a visit from their national Lib Dem leader Ed Davey. As well as meetings on Defence & the Council-run port, Ed took the time to meet local volunteers & knock on doors to hear from Portsmouth residents.
Portsmouth needs more affordable and decent homes for those on ‘waiting lists’ or in expensive, temporary housing like B&B.
That's why Portsmouth Council is 'Buying back’ former council homes & building new social housing to help resolve the problem properly and for for good.
Food waste recycling will now be extended across all of Portsmouth.
By the end of 2022, the city will be recycling over 5000 tons of food waste each year into valuable gas for heating or fertiliser to grow more.
This ambitious but practical scheme was identified by Portsmouth’s Lib Dem-led ...
Helping more residents to cycle more is part of the Lib Dems’ drive for a cleaner, healthier & greener city.
But one barrier is secure bike storage. That’s why Lib Dem Councillors have led the introduction of lockable bike hangars that cost just £30/year to rent