Full Council 15/12/22
Full Council 15/12/22

Here’s a round-up of some of the key moments and decisions, in case you missed the recent Full Council meeting on the 15th December.

You can watch the meeting back in full here.

And read our Twitter thread for as-it-happened commentary here.

Labour introduce plans to stop revenge evictions and protect renters:

Labour takes action on the mental health emergency:

Labour challenge Council and Home Office to protect unaccompanied asylum-seeking children, following reports that more than 130 such children have gone missing from hotels in the city:

Labour want action not just words on the cost-of-living crisis, and push the administration to support small businesses in the city when setting the Council budget:

Labour recommit the Council to the recommendations of the climate assembly in its bid to make Brighton & Hove a carbon neutral city by 2030 to combat the climate crisis, including urgent work to make public transport more affordable and accessible, and finally deliver a Park & Ride scheme:

Labour ensures plans to close Bright Start nursery will be fully interrogated in January:

Labour stands in solidarity with striking nurses:

Labour ensures the process and criteria for identifying locations to install cycle hangars across the city is made public and accountable:

Labour Councillors also scrutinised and held the administration to account on a range of issues at the meeting, including temporary and emergency accommodation, staff pay, disability advocacy, protection of trees, keeping council home rents low and more.

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