Transport and Aviation

As the Green MEP for the South East, Keith will oppose airport expansion across the region and defend EU laws designed to protect the environment from overdevelopment. He challenges the massive government subsidies gifted to the aviation industry, and campaigns for cheaper, more efficient public transport. Keith sits on the Committee on Transport and Tourism (TRAN), a role which will also allow him to take a lead on developing the South East’s huge potential for green tourism.

News

Good news as Redhill Aerodrome expansion plans blocked - 10.10.2014

Keith on BBC South Inside Out - 6.10.2014

Keith Taylor is looking to recruit a new regional liaison officer - 30.7.2014

Keith Taylor MEP Responds to Lydd Announcement - 19.5.2014

“No new runway the only sane choice for the South East”, says Keith - 1.5.2014

Letters and Replies

Correspondence about aviation - 8.11.2012

Correspondence on air pollution - 26.7.2012

Correspondence about transport safety - 19.7.2012

Correspondence about a single seat for the European Parliament - 14.7.2011

Correspondence about public transport - 6.7.2011

In the Parliament

Parliamentary questions – biofuels - 17.2.2014

Parliamentary question – Airline insolvency - 24.9.2012

Publications

Our Streets leaflet - 21.9.2012

South East newsletter Autumn 2012 - 6.9.2012

South East newsletter Summer 2012 - 23.5.2012

South East newsletter Spring 2012 - 12.3.2012

South East newsletter Autumn 2011 - 11.9.2011

Speeches

Manston Airport debate at The Marlowe Academy, 5th July 2013 - 6.7.2013

4th Annual 20mph Conference: “Campaigning on 20mph: A European Perspective” – Thursday 23rd May 2013 - 31.5.2013

“Thames Airport proposal unnecessary, unrealistic and downright bonkers”, Southend, 10th February 2012 - 10.2.2012

“The future of Transport in the EU: investing in Europe’s future growth” Speech at the American Chamber of Commerce, 19 April 2011 - 19.4.2011

Energy and Green Jobs – Morning Star Conference, 19 June 2010 - 23.6.2010


To read about the work of Caroline Lucas, Green MEP for the South East from 1999 to May 2010 you can visit her archived website.