Election 2010; who says what about horticulture?

With the election rapidly approaching the issues affecting horticulture are climbing the agenda and Horticulture Week has detailed coverage on where the main parties stand, and more.

This week the Liberal Democrats announced a raft of green policies including one that would see them bring 250,000 empty homes back into use with cheap loans and grants available for renovation.

This follows the manifesto launches of the Conservative and Labour teams, which set out plans for major changes for the regeneration policies of both parties.

For a better view of where the parties stand on issues affecting horticulture, check out Horticulture Week's further coverage:

Manifestos

Budget

Interview: Jim Paice MP, Junior minister on the Conservative environment team

Interview: Roger Williams, Liberal Democrat Shadow Secretary of State for Food and Rural Affiars

 

Horticulture Week Election 2010 POLL

Let us know which or the main parties you think will be best for Horticulture in our Election 2010 poll on our homepage.

To suggest an alternative party, vote for them or debate the issues, click here.

 


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