Sheffield Green Councillors shortlisted for national awards

3rd October 2017

Sheffield Greens are delighted to report that two Green councillors, Alison Teal and Magid Magid, have been shortlisted for major national honours

Let Sheffield Breathe

Air pollution and public health cannot be swept under the carpet

30th September 2017

While the chimney sculptures may be attractive and remind us of our industrial past, they will also represent the modern-day air pollution that makes Tinsley an unhealthy place to live

Save our trees

Trees campaign has exposed Labour’s undemocratic rule of Sheffield

30th September 2017

The street trees campaign has publicly exposed Labour’s undemocratic, one party state, rule of this city. We need to keep hearing more about this campaign not less.

Michael Gove meeting Cllr Teal, STAG and Wildlife Trust

Michael Gove meets Sheffield Green Councillor, STAG and Wildlife Trust respresentatives

28th September 2017

The Secretary of State for the Environment, the Rt Honourable Michael Gove, visited Sheffield and met with Cllr Alison Teal of the Sheffield Green Party.

Douglas Johnson

Report from September’s Council meeting

18th September 2017

Sheffield Greens councillor Douglas Johnson reports back from the first of the new format council meetings

Save Sheffield trees

Answers to Green Party questions

15th September 2017

These answers were given to our questions, on the Streets Ahead contract, fire safety and recycling, at the council meeting…

Taxis

Let Sheffield Breathe: Time to End Vehicle Idling

12th September 2017

Sheffield Green Party welcomes the council’s recent consultation about cracking down on engine idling. If there is a strong enough…

Let Sheffield Breathe

Greens say Meadowhall extension plans mean more air pollution

8th September 2017

Sheffield Green Party are objecting to the Meadowhall Extension unless suitable conditions are stipulated that definitely ensure no adverse impacts…

Greens oppose limits on local democracy

5th September 2017

Sheffield Green Party councillors are objecting to the ruling Administration’s proposal to reduce opposition in council meetings.

Green Councillors Alison Teal, Douglas Johnson, Rob Murphy and Magid

Green Party suggestions for improving council meetings

4th September 2017

Green Party councillors have been taking part in the cross-party group of councillors discussing how to change council meetings.