North Tyneside Borough is divided into two parliamentary constituencies: Tynemouth and North Tyneside. Both Parliamentary seats are currently held by Labour: Alan Campbell in Tynemouth and Mary Glindon in North Tyneside.
The local council has twenty wards (ten in each constituency) with three councillors sitting in each ward. The executive of the Council is an elected Mayor and Cabinet (selected by Mayor). Elections take place annually, with one councillor elected each year, and in the fourth year, the Mayor is elected.
North Tyneside Borough Green Party is affliated to the National Green Party, and operates across the whole of North Tyneside Borough. Branch members work on behalf of all constituents within the North Tyneside area, as well as contesting elections for council wards.
Our work towards providing North Tyneside with a truly Green Borough Council is never ending and so we are working on our 2019 Local Election Campaign. We have already got two provisional candidates in place for Riverside and Wallsend wards and a number of others are well on the way to having a candidate in place.
We will be undertaking what we call "60 second survey." We will be staring in Riverside ward and it is to gage the mood of the people who live in the Borough. The survey involves knocking on your door and asking you to fill in a quick survey. All will be explained when we meet you.
We are also preparing an ""on-line" version which you will be able to access from this web page when it is ready.
North Tyneside Borough Green Party is always interested in your thoughts on the Borough's ways of life so feel free to contact us with your questions and constructive suggestions.
and watch out for new and exciting Green mesages coming soon to this web page.