Cllrs Ruth Mersereau and Douglas Johnson

Greens call for improvement plan and openness with million-pound bail-out for leisure facilities

6th August 2019

Green Councillors are calling for an improvement plan in the wake of news the Council has bailed out Sheffield City Trust with £1 million.

Douglas Johnson

Water savings

30th July 2019

Water is heavy stuff. Pumping it around the country uses lots of energy, which all adds to the UK’s consumption of gas and electricity.

Douglas Johnson

Need to address green issues

21st July 2019

Green issues set the agenda for July’s meeting of the full Council, with debates on both the climate crisis and democracy.

Rob Murphy and Ruth Mersereau

City Ward – Spring 2019

11th May 2019

The latest news from City Ward Greens

Bins

Sheffield’s Veolia contract is a hindrance to urgent climate emergency action

7th May 2019

The month of April has highlighted the issues with 4 weekly bin collections

Ruth Mersereau in front of fountain

Pledge to support a Universal Basic Income trial in Sheffield

11th April 2019

In early April campaigning group UBI Lab Sheffield delivered letters to all current city councillors seeking their support for a Universal Basic Income (UBI) trial in our city.

Vote Green Party

Greens standing in all 28 wards

4th April 2019

Sheffield Greens are standing candidates in all 28 wards for the Sheffield council elections on May 2nd

Angela and Kaltum - Hanover Tower

Greens call for openness on fire safety

28th March 2019

Green councillors are calling for greater openness on fire safety to make homes safer – and for the government to fund replacement cladding.

Cllr Martin Phipps & Cllr Douglas Johnson at the Walk-in Centre

Greens comment on the report into allegations of bullying and dysfunction at Sheffield CCG

28th February 2019

Sheffield Green Party comments on the report into allegations of bullying and dysfunction in the senior management of Sheffield CCG

Ruth Mersereau

Inner Ring Road Expansion – “Business as Usual”

15th February 2019

Last week’s decision by the Labour Council to expand the Inner City Ring Road is another case of “business as usual” and is hugely frustrating.