Paul Turpin

Care Homes Are The Poor Relation

3rd May 2020

The tragic report of the deaths of eighteen elderly residents from a single care home provider in Sheffield, is one of the worst aspects of the coronavirus epidemic.

Douglas Johnson

Lock-down should not mean watering down democracy

30th April 2020

Green councillor Douglas Johnson commented after Labour and LibDem councillors voted for more decision-making to be made by officers, not elected councillors, under emergency arrangements.

Sheffield Townhall

Sheffield Council must pay grants out to small businesses urgently

21st April 2020

New figures show that Sheffield lags behind other Yorkshire authorities when it comes to paying out grant funding to businesses in the lockdown.

S6 Foodbank

Support your local food bank

26th March 2020

Food banks across Sheffield are already struggling to deliver the services needed while keeping volunteers and recipients safe

Cllrs Paul Turpin and Douglas Johnson

Sheffield Greens call for the government to guarantee investment in South Yorkshire after Brexit

12th March 2020

Green Councillors have raised questions about replacing lost EU funding after Brexit

Sheffield Townhall

On May 7th you can turn around a broken democracy in Sheffield

6th February 2020

The Planning & Highways Committee meeting on January 28th underlined the woeful state of democracy in Sheffield.

Sheffield Green Party proposals for council committee system

27th January 2020

Sheffield City Council has to come up with a model for how a new committee system will work. Sheffield Green Party submitted outline proposals to the council.

Douglas Johnson

Greens welcome e-bikes to make roads safer from dangerous parking

22nd January 2020

A Green Party suggestion to make roads and pavements safer from illegal parking is taking off, as a trial of e-bikes is being supplied to parking enforcement officers.

Christine Gilligan Kubo

Local people have concerns about plans for Hepworth Refractory Site

17th January 2020

Something needs to be done with a derelict site, but traffic generated by plans to build 350 homes on the Hepworth Refactory Site in Loxley Valley concerns local people.

Christine Gilligan Kubo

Sheffield needs to see climate emergency action now

4th January 2020

Under irresistible pressure from the Green Party and Extinction Rebellion, the Labour-run council declared a climate emergency on February 6th 2019.