Climate Action Now

Council election manifesto – the Green Budget for People & Planet

4th April 2021

Green Party councillors proposed this amendment to the Labour budget proposals in March – it was voted down via the…

shops on Devonshire St

City Ward councillors oppose loss of Devonshire St shops

31st March 2021

City Ward councillors have made clear their opposition to the loss of shops on Devonshire St in the city centre,…

Greens welcome new heritage strategy

29th January 2021

Green councillors have welcomed the formal publication of a heritage strategy for the city by Joined Up Heritage Sheffield (JUHS),…

A Green View for years to come

18th January 2021

Sheffield Green Party sets out vision for Sheffield Local Plan Ahead of a council scrutiny meeting to discuss progress with…

The Sheffield Green View 2020

18th January 2021

Local Plan Issues and Options consultation response from Sheffield Green Party October 2020 Table of Contents Introduction Spatial strategy How…

Old Coroner’s Court

Old Coroner’s Court: Greens’ disappointment as official over-rules councillors

17th August 2020

Government Planning Inspector rules that demolition can go ahead.

Brian Holmshaw at the Township site

Sheffield Greens oppose Loxley Township development

4th August 2020

Sheffield Greens have joined 800 local residents in objecting to plans for up to 300 houses in the Loxley Valley

Old Coroner’s Court

Greens comment on Old Coroner’s Court planning appeal

27th June 2020

The property developer who wanted to demolish the Old Coroner’s Court has appealed to the Planning Inspector against the refusal of planning permission by the council

The shield on the Old Coroner's Court

Plans for the Old Coroner’s Court rejected

14th October 2019

Last year I highlighted the threat to demolish the Old Coroner’s Court, the attractive piece of heritage that fronts onto Nursery St Pocket Park in the city centre.

Green Party leader Sian Berry with Brian Holmshaw

Greens comment on Old Town Hall plans

23rd August 2019

The heritage aspects of the plan need to be scrutinised closely but the prospects look good