Alison Teal

Greens challenge Labour over PFI truth

21st March 2018

Green councillors have issued a challenge to Labour to face the facts in the Highways PFI contract.

Alison Teal

Nether Edge & Sharrow – Winter 2017/18

12th March 2018

The latest news from Nether Edge & Sharrow Greens

Green Councillors Alison Teal, Douglas Johnson, Rob Murphy and Magid

Sheffield Greens council budget amendment

7th March 2018

Sheffield Green councillors today (7th March) proposed their amendment to the council’s budget.

Green Councillor features on BBC’s Inside Out

5th March 2018

Cllr Alison Teal, well-known for her criticism of methods employed by Sheffield Council’s roads contractor Amey, was featured on BBC’s Inside Out

Cllrs Douglas Johnson and Alison Teal

Greens Call for Young Care Leavers to be Given a Better Start

30th January 2018

Sheffield Greens have called for young people leaving care to be given a council tax break until they are aged 25.

Alison Teal

Sheffield’s Real Junk Food Project are trailblazers

21st December 2017

Cllr Alison Teal says “it’s great to see Sheffield’s Real Junk Food Project nominated as one of four finalists for the Social Enterprise of the Year Award.”

Douglas Johnson

End of term report

8th December 2017

The last Full Council meeting before Christmas had an end-of-term air about it.

Water tap

Greens call to end evictions for water debts

7th December 2017

Green councillors invited Sheffield City Council to protect council tenants by ending evictions for people who cannot afford to pay their water rates on time.

Green Councillors Alison Teal, Douglas Johnson, Rob Murphy and Magid

Green action at December’s full Council

6th December 2017

Sheffield’s four Green Councillors have submitted a set of amendments to the meeting of the full council on Wednesday 6th December 2017.

Alison Teal

Greens call for enquiry into attempt to jail councillor

5th December 2017

Sheffield Greens will submit a motion calling for an investigation into why the Labour administration tried unsuccessfully to have Cllr Teal sent to prison