Douglas Johnson

It is time to end the unfair treatment of Council tenants

16th January 2018

January is the time of year when many of us have to face up to debt problems – not having enough coming in to meet the outgoings.

Greens welcome Ofo bikes to Sheffield

9th January 2018

Sheffield Green Party councillors and members gathered today at The Holt to welcome the Ofo dockless bike-sharing scheme to Sheffield

Douglas Johnson

Cllr Douglas Johnson’s contribution to Telegraph Voices this week

22nd December 2017

Cllr Johnson gives Sheffield Green Party’s view on the Urgent Care Proposals

Sheffield Green Party members Martin Phipps and Brian Holmshaw by the ring road

People need better public transport, cycling and walking options so they can leave their cars at home

22nd December 2017

The Green Party is not calling for a car free world but we want to rapidly reduce the choking transport pollution that contributes to 7 million premature deaths a year across the globe.

Douglas Johnson

Making health care accountable

17th November 2017

Green councillor, Douglas Johnson, has taken the lead on scrutinising a decision about the future of Sheffield’s health services.

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There’s a strong case for 20mph zones

17th November 2017

Sheffield Green Party supports the proposal for city centre 20mph speed limits other than on main roads.

Douglas Johnson

Questions about the China deal need answering

2nd November 2017

Readers may not be aware that recent council reassurances on the £1 billion China deal were not just prompted by…

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Sheffield Greens delight at City Centre 20mph Zone announcement

18th October 2017

Sheffield Greens are responding to the news that the Council has taken up a key Green Party policy of reducing speed limits across the city centre to 20mph

Green Party campaigners at Sheffield railway station: (l-r): Cllr Douglas Johnson, Rachel Hardy, Peter Garbutt, Natalie Bennett, Cllr Alison Teal

Better facilities and a vision for the future of rail

18th October 2017

Sheffield Green Party has responded to the East Midlands rail franchise consultation, setting out its vision for how the railway should run.

We need more affordable housing

6th October 2017

Now the Government has weakened Councils’ control over planning permission, it is easier for developers to avoid conditions that create affordable housing