A year of achievement for our Green Councillors

29th April 2022

After success in the elections last May, our 13 Green councillors put Sheffield City Council on a pathway to Net…

Developers can do more to tackle Climate Change

15th December 2021

Sheffield Greens call for more action by developers to tackle Climate Change. Following the outcome of COP26, Green Councillors in…

City centre offices converted into pokey flats

16th November 2021

Green Councillor Ruth Mersereau has condemned the proposals to convert the former offices at Rockingham House into 162 apartments as…

Sheffield Town Hall lit up in green

End the cladding scandal!

14th June 2021

On the four-year anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire, Sheffield Green Party calls for justice for those affected as the…

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…

Cllr Douglas Johnson at Wicker Riverside flats

Councillor calls for VAT reduction for home improvements

10th March 2021

A Green councillor is calling for VAT cuts for certain home improvements to be cut to ensure warmer, green homes…

Greens welcome budget wins

16th February 2021

Green councillors have welcomed success with support for items in previous Green council budget proposals. Late additions to the council’s…

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…

Douglas Johnson

Council leadership must take action to address Hanover tower whitewash

1st October 2020

After the horror of the Grenfell fire in June 2017, senior Sheffield Council officials moved quickly to reassure tenants that all its tower blocks were safe.  They soon back-tracked after plastic cladding on Hanover Tower in Broomhall failed fire safety tests.