Green budget proposals 2021-22

2nd March 2021

  The Green councillors have set out their proposals to amend the council budget, which will be debated and voted…

Green Party activists with banner outside DWP offices

Chancellor must not cut Universal Credit

27th February 2021

Dear Editor, The Sheffield Stop and Scrap Universal Credit campaign, which Sheffield Green Party is part of, is calling on…

Greens welcome budget wins

16th February 2021

Green councillors have welcomed success with support for items in previous Green council budget proposals. Late additions to the council’s…

Greens welcome new heritage strategy

29th January 2021

Green councillors have welcomed the formal publication of a heritage strategy for the city by Joined Up Heritage Sheffield (JUHS),…

Cllr Martin Phipps at the new cycle stands in the Peace Gardens

Response to report on achieving Zero Carbon in Sheffield

27th January 2021

Responding to the Council’s release of the report on achieving Zero Carbon in Sheffield, a Green Party councillor has hit…

A Green View for years to come

18th January 2021

Sheffield Green Party sets out vision for Sheffield Local Plan Ahead of a council scrutiny meeting to discuss progress with…

The Sheffield Green View 2020

18th January 2021

Local Plan Issues and Options consultation response from Sheffield Green Party October 2020 Table of Contents Introduction Spatial strategy How…

Councillor Angela Argenzio

No child must be left behind

6th January 2021

A Green Party councillor has called on Sheffield Council to ensure that ‘no child is left behind’ following the announcement…

Cllr Paul Turpin with Green Party leader Sian Berry at the Inner Ring Road

Now is not the time to roll back environmental progress

18th November 2020

Councillor Paul Turpin writes …. Sheffield City Council announced a pause on plans for the citywide Clean Air Zone (CAZ) citing…

Eamonn Ward on Ecclesall Road

Greens say “Lamppost Licensing” fails Sheffield taxpayers

23rd July 2020

Greens have highlighted how Sheffield Council’s Licensing Policy is failing to meet its stated objectives in their submission to the public consultation