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.

Short-term vision doesn’t justify ring road widening scheme

16th January 2019

Sheffield Greens have spoken of their disappointment at plans to spend £4.5m on a short-term road-widening scheme instead of listening to residents’ and cyclists’ concerns

Traffic

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.

Sheffield Townhall

Total Disunity

11th December 2018

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

Kaltum Rivers

Brown bins roll out has caused confusion and street mess

6th December 2018

Letter from Green Party ward Cllr Kaltum Rivers on the additional problems and mess created by the council failing to roll out the new recycling bins before students arrived back

Alexi Dimond, Sheffield Green Party

Greens call to end arms sales to Saudi Arabia

4th December 2018

Sheffield Green Party welcomes the motion on the “Humanitarian Crisis in Yemen” to be discussed at Council on Wednesday

Buses

Green comments on Clean Air Zone

28th November 2018

Sheffield City Council is proposing a city centre Clean Air Zone which would charge buses, taxis, lorries and vans for entry into the zone

The trees in Western Road and Gilliott Street were planted in grateful appreciation of the part taken by former pupils in this school in the Great Way, 1914-1919.

Greens welcome victory for Western Road tree campaign

6th November 2018

Responding to new information that shows all healthy war memorial trees are to be saved from felling, Alison Teal, Green…

Bernard Little

Governments must work together to drive a rapid transition to alternatives to plastic

25th October 2018

One year ago David Attenborough’s Blue Planet 2 started a mass movement to end the single-use plastics that contaminate our oceans and even our drinking water.