NO to more increases in rail fares and continued public subsidy on aviation fuel.
YES to improving
’s streets for pedestrians and cyclists, Canterbury
to continuing improvements in public transport and to encouraging car-sharing.
NO to new development at locations that will prompt more car use, such as
close to the junctions of high-speed roads (eg the A2)
YES to development on ‘brownfield’ sites providing sustainable and
affordable housing with a good range of local shops and facilities,
pedestrian-friendly street layouts, access to high-quality public transport,
direct routes forpedestrians and cyclists, and restricted access for cars.
NO to development on Chaucer and Kingsmead Fields.
YES to every community having schools that serve the local population.
NO to the Kent Test.
YES to free bus travel for all secondary school children.
NO to cuts that target the poorest and most vulnerable people, and to cuts
in services which ensure healthy, safe and clean communities.
YES to more support for local independent businesses and social
NO to privatising health and social care services.
YES to a living wage as a key instrument in tackling poverty and to pay
structures within organisations that ensure the top salary is no more than
ten times the lowest salary.
NO to cuts in local libraries, post offices and other valued