Shock at severe pruning of Fitzalan Square trees

5th March 2018

There are few enough trees in the city centre as it is. It says something about the council that they have ignored nearly 3000 people who signed the petition about this.

Green Councillor features on BBC’s Inside Out

5th March 2018

Cllr Alison Teal, well-known for her criticism of methods employed by Sheffield Council’s roads contractor Amey, was featured on BBC’s Inside Out

Martin Phipps

Student tuition fees fail

27th February 2018

Even Theresa May now admits that students face one of the “most expensive systems of university tuition in the world.”

Sheffield Townhall

Cut political spin from Sheffield Town Hall

22nd February 2018

The dictatorial council increasingly use spin doctors to try and cover up their failings

Your pension axed

Sheffield Green Party supports university staff

19th February 2018

Sheffield Green Party wishes to express solidarity with striking staff, as it is wrong to put workers future pensions at risk.

Cllr Magid

A vibrant council meeting with Cllr Magid

9th February 2018

Cllr Magid made an impact at a busy and vibrant meeting of the full Council on 7th February

Caroline Lucas

Green party leader Caroline Lucas MP visit to Sheffield

8th February 2018

The Sheffield Green Party election campaign for May 3rd will be launched in Sheffield on Friday February 9th by party Co-Leader Caroline Lucas.

Cllrs Douglas Johnson and Alison Teal

Greens Call for Young Care Leavers to be Given a Better Start

30th January 2018

Sheffield Greens have called for young people leaving care to be given a council tax break until they are aged 25.

Kaltum Rivers campaigning to save the Minor Injuries Unit

CCG plans for better access to GPs are flawed

29th January 2018

Sheffield Green Party welcomes the aim of better access to GPs but says the CCG’s proposals on “urgent care” are not credible.

Douglas Johnson

Greens call financing decision in for scrutiny

22nd January 2018

The Council will spend about £79 million next year on the Streets Ahead contract, about double the £39 million spent on highway maintenance in 2011-12, the year before the Highways PFI contract was signed.