Douglas Johnson

Sheffield Green Party comments on Gambling licences

16th October 2018

Sheffield Green Party has submitted comments on how betting shops and gambling venues should be licensed

Green action – October 3rd Council

2nd October 2018

Green councillors are raising issues including the successful campaign to keep the Walk-in Centre and Minor Injuries Unit open, tackling modern slavery and abuse, and a people’s vote on Brexit

Kaltum Rivers

Green councillor welcomes call for greater transparency from housing developers

19th September 2018

Councillor Kaltum Rivers has welcomed the strong support received by a petition calling for the council to demand greater transparency from developers when making claims about the affordability of housing

Bernard Little with Blue and Black Bins

The distressing truth about the “improved recycling service”

12th September 2018

It was ‘pat yourselves on the back’ time for the Labour-run council at the September 5th council meeting with their motion to coincide with the brown bin roll out.

Bins

Collection changes won’t help us recycle more

11th September 2018

Residents will know that new recycling bins are currently being rolled out in Sheffield this autumn. We are getting more bins but fewer collections, and no overall change to what can and can’t be recycled

Sheffield Townhall

Report from September’s council meeting

7th September 2018

Here is what happened at September’s full council meeting, the one day in the month when all Sheffield’s elected councillors get together.

Sheffield Townhall

Green actions at the September 5th Council

4th September 2018

Green councillors are raising lots of issues at this month’s council meeting, including Doncaster Airport, a sham consultation, workers’ rights, recycling and more

Cllrs Martin Phipps, Douglas Johnson and Alison Teal

What we learnt (or didn’t) at the July Council meeting

31st August 2018

Green councillors asked questions about the use of injunctions, compromise on the street trees dispute, the disposal of heritage assets, funding for community infrastructure and single-use plastics

Save our trees

Sheffield Greens welcome No Stump City report

17th August 2018

Sheffield Green Party welcomes the No Stump City report that describes profits from the massive £2.2 billion Streets Ahead project being siphoned off to companies who do not pay tax in the UK

It is now more difficult to get a Blue Badge

8th August 2018

While there are more prosecutions for illegally using Blue Badges for free parking disabled people are now finding it much more difficult, if not impossible, to get one.