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.

Greens support Fair Funding for Sheffield Schools

25th July 2018

I’m a teacher and I join Sheffield Greens in supporting the Star’s Fair Funding for Sheffield Schools petition

Festival of Debate

Congratulations to the organisers of the Festival of Debate

9th July 2018

Festival of Debate achieves public engagement with politics and encourages active citizenship

Green call to save money for better community relations

26th June 2018

Green councillors are calling on the council to save public money and face up to the need to work on…

Cllr Rob Murphy

Greens cautiously welcome Labour change in direction

6th June 2018

Sheffield Green councillors are supporting proposals about transport and fracking – and welcome the fact that the Labour administration is catching up with local and national Green Party policy.

Douglas Johnson

Greens welcome drinking water project

30th May 2018

Green Party councillors are welcoming a simple project to encourage the public to drink more water and use fewer plastic bottles.

Bernard Little strong second in Walkley, Cllr Martin Phipps, Deputy Leader Amelia Womack, Speaker of Green Group Cllr Rob Murphy, Cllr Kaltum Rivers, Paul Turpin close second in Gleadless Valley, and Cllr Alison Teal

Thank you Sheffield!

13th May 2018

Your support made a difference: returning Alison Teal in Nether Edge & Sharrow and electing Kaltum Rivers in Broomhill & Sharrow Vale and Martin Phipps in City Ward

Sheffield Green Party welcomes the resignation of Cllr Bryan Lodge

9th May 2018

Sheffield Green Party welcomes the resignation of Cllr Bryan Lodge, Cabinet member for Environment and Streetscene, responsible for the city’s tree-felling programme.