Campaigners with the Green Party leader, Siân Berry, at Derek Dooley Way

Green councillors call in road widening decision

20th January 2019

Sheffield Green Party councillors have “called in” a council decision to widen the Inner Ring Road so that the impact on air quality, health, cycling and walking can be considered.

Green Party campaigners at Sheffield railway station: (l-r): Cllr Douglas Johnson, Rachel Hardy, Peter Garbutt, Natalie Bennett, Cllr Alison Teal

Sheffield Greens campaigning to help rail passengers make companies pay for unreliable service

1st January 2019

Sheffield Green Party call for passengers to “make rail companies pay” for unreliable rail service as annual rail fare hike takes force.

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?

Lord Mayor Magid with (l-r) former Green councillor Jillian Creasy and Councillors Douglas Johnson, Martin Phipps, Alison Teal and Rob Murphy

City Ward – Autumn 2018

18th November 2018

The latest news from City Ward Greens

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

rear view of 3-storey terrace at Gell St

Another blow to heritage

21st October 2018

Green party Councillor Douglas Johnson and local party member Brian Holmshaw were active at the 16th October Planning Committee in…

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

Douglas Johnson

Labour councillors are moving money away from deprived areas

11th October 2018

Cllr Douglas Johnson writes in response to I am writing to respone to the letter from Councillor Jim Steinke “Fairest Way to spend cash”

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