Paul Turpin speaking at the Get of my tree demo

Paul Turpin speaks at the ‘Get Off My Tree!’ demo

7th April 2018

Paul Turpin, the Green candidate for Gleadless Valley in the 3rd May council elections, spoke at the ‘Get Off My Tree!’ demo at Sheffield City Hall today

Cllrs Douglas Johnson and Alison Teal

Greens call for an end to electoral First Past the Post system

28th March 2018

Greens called for an end to electoral First Past the Post system in an amendment put to the full council…

UCU strikers

University staff demand a re-think on the cynical marketisation of higher education

22nd March 2018

The last four weeks have seen a cataclysmic change in the university world. Tired of years of abuse,
university staff have finally decided to strike.

Alison Teal

Greens challenge Labour over PFI truth

21st March 2018

Green councillors have issued a challenge to Labour to face the facts in the Highways PFI contract.

Douglas Johnson

Streets Ahead PFI contract statements

16th March 2018

Cllr Douglas Johnson has written to Cllr Bryan Lodge, the Cabinet Member, about the Streets Ahead contract. The letter and…

Martin Phipps

Heart of the City – Unaffordable?

15th March 2018

The new Heart of the City 2 ideas are an incoherent mess. We’ve got to a stage where if a…

Cllr Rob Murphy

Green Party announces mayoral candidate

12th March 2018

South Yorkshire Green Parties have announced Rob Murphy as their candidate for the upcoming election of the Sheffield City Region Mayor

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

Sheffield Greens council budget amendment

7th March 2018

Sheffield Green councillors today (7th March) proposed their amendment to the council’s budget.

Natalie Bennett

Celebrating children’s access to nature

6th March 2018

Sheffield Green and former Green Party leader Natalie Bennett’s motion to Green Party conference calling for recognition of children’s right to nature won overwhelming backing from party members

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.