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This is the official web site of Gloucester Liberal Democrats. Read about our campaigns, our councillors and how we can all work together to make our city a better place to live.

For the Liberal Democrats, local government is key - localism, community politics, and a real commitment to devolved power are all hallmarks of the Liberal Democrat approach.

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Latest News

  • Article: Jan 14, 2019

    Gloucester's Liberal Democrat councillors are calling on the Government to set up a nationwide single-use bottle return scheme.

    The UK currently recycles just 57% of the millions of plastic, glass and metal bottles sold each day with the rest ending up in landfill or as litter, polluting beaches and green areas.

  • Liam Harries and Anna Mozol at Clearwater Drive
    Article: Jan 13, 2019
    Campaigners have spoken of their disappointment that plans to build a new primary school in Gloucester have been given the green light.
    A planning inspector overturned the original decision by Gloucester City Council to refuse planning permission to build the school on the land next to Clearwater Drive in Quedgeley after the Diocese of Gloucester appealed.
  • Rebecca Trimnell
    Article: Dec 7, 2018

    Gloucester MP Richard Graham has apologised after again making derogatory comments about immigrants.

    Mr Graham spoke out against the principle of the right of EU citizens to have the freedom of movement to live anywhere in the European Union.

    He used the example of a pregnant domestic abuse victim in his constituency who was worried her former partner - an EU citizen - would come looking for her when he is released from prison.

  • Liam Harries and Anna Mozol at Clearwater Drive 2 ()
    Article: Dec 2, 2018

    Quedgeley Liberal Democrats Liam Harries and Anna Mozol have stood up to protect open space at a recent planning inquiry.

    The Diocese of Gloucester was refused planning permission by Gloucester city council to build on the open space at Clearwater Drive which they later appealed against.

    An inquiry was held during the last week of November by the planning inspectorate to hear evidence from those for and against the proposed school.

  • Article: Nov 15, 2018
    Two public events are being held in November about plans for a new roundabout on the A40 northern bypass.
    The Innsworth Gateway Project has been proposed to facilitate the houses that will be built in Innsworth.
    The scheme will provide an upgrade to the Longford roundabout, which will increase its capacity to accommodate predicted future traffic flows and assist in relieving existing congestion.