Sheffield must be zero-carbon by 2030

5th February 2019

Green councillors are demanding a clear commitment to the city being “zero carbon” by 2030 at the latest, as the world faces a “climate emergency.”

You deserve a better council leaflet

You deserve a better council

18th January 2019

Did you know? Just 10 Labour councillors in the Council Cabinet make all the big Council decisions?

Peter Garbutt

Democracy continues to plumb new depths in Sheffield

17th January 2019

The Star recently published profiles of the 10 members of the Labour Cabinet that run Sheffield council. According to their profiles, we have a Cabinet full of saintly public servants.

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Council incompetence = no cycle improvements funded by IKEA development

10th January 2019

In 2017, the council said they were “playing hardball” in making IKEA and Meadowhall pay £30 million for the road changes needed to handle the increased traffic they would generate.

Bin collection dates

Look out for changed bin collection days over Christmas

22nd December 2018

Christmas is almost here. That’s going to mean lots of used wrapping paper, food and packaging, batteries – and plenty of bottles.

Sheffield Townhall

Total Disunity

11th December 2018

So, what happened at December’s meeting of the full Sheffield City Council?

Job centre plus

Universal credit factsheet

7th November 2018

We know Universal Credit will be very difficult for a lot of people. They will still need to claim it to have some money to live on. This factsheet from Sheffield Green Party is to give you as much practical help as possible.

Cllrs Douglas Johnson and Rob Murphy

Green call for better buses

31st October 2018

Green Party councillors are urging the regional mayor to take back control of South Yorkshire’s buses

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