WHAT THE GREEN PARTY HAS DONE IN THIS AREA
Jillian, Rob and other Green volunteers knock on doors year round, help people with problems, and work with local people and community groups. We deliver a quarterly newsletter, so people know what we are doing.
Jillian & Rob have taken up a large number of issues recently on behalf of people in the ward. Examples include: night-time noise & nuisance; damaging planning & licensing issues; antisocial behaviour; housing; transport & parking; and waste & recycling. Specific examples can be found in our newsletters – see below.
WHAT THE GREEN PARTY STANDS FOR
Our stance on key issues is summarised in Jillian’s election newsletters and election address – see below. Our policies on jobs, cuts, education (including student tuition fees), housing, transport & road safety and local communities are summarised below. There are many clear differences between us and the Labour and Lib Dem parties.
– Unlike Labour and the Lib Dems, we do not agree with student loans or a graduate tax. We want free education for all, including EMA and ESOL (English as a Second Language), paid for out of general taxation.
Jillian Creasy (right) with Green Party Leader Caroline Lucas MP
Secure housing – We want long-term, secure tenancies. We would bring Sheffield Homes back into the council and force better standards in private rented houses. We would spend more on repairs, green energy and energy saving for all homes.
Safer streets – Too much traffic means congestion, pollution and accidents. We want money spent where road safety is worst, a city-wide 20mph limit on residential roads, and higher priority for pedestrian and cycle routes (including winter gritting).
Strong communities – Good local facilities and support for volunteers, not cuts to public services, are the only way to build communities and cut crime. We support local schools, groups and campaigns. We consult local people and help them get their voice heard.
To register to vote and/or request a postal vote by the 18 April deadline – go to www.sheffield.gov.uk/your-city-council/elections/register or ring 0114 2734093.
(These are pdf files – click on the one you want below, and then the blue writing on the page you go to.)
For news of Sharrow, see Sharrow Today
For news of Broomhall, see Broomhall News – if you would like to get a copy or go on the mailing list, e-mail email@example.com .
Central Ward is part of Central Community Assembly .
The local election candidate for Central Ward was Rob Unwin in 2010. The next election is May 2011.
The General Election candidate for Central Constituency in 2010 was Councillor Jillian Creasy.
Central Ward is part of Central Community Assembly
For news of Sharrow see Sharrow Today
What have the Green Councillors done for Central Ward?
This presentation was made to the Election Rally in March 2010 by Rob Unwin. (it may take a while to download)