The proposed development of the Gilders site won’t ensure the survival of Banner Cross as a thriving local centre

5th November 2018

Banner Cross has recently lost a number of independent shops, including a much missed greengrocers and bakers, in part because of competition from a new ‘mini’ supermarket.

rear view of 3-storey terrace at Gell St

Another blow to heritage

21st October 2018

Green party Councillor Douglas Johnson and local party member Brian Holmshaw were active at the 16th October Planning Committee in…

Cllr Rob Murphy

Greens celebrate Plan B for City Centre

15th October 2018

Sheffield Greens are celebrating victory in a 10-year-long battle to get a rethink on the Council’s plans for the city centre

What your councillors have been doing in City Ward

18th September 2018

The City Ward councillors gave this report to the Sheffield City Centre Residents Action Group  (SCCRAG) on 11th September 2018.…

Douglas Johnson

Residents should be fairly compensated for impact of city development, say Greens

13th September 2018

Sheffield Greens have called a Council consultation a “stitch-up,” saying the questionnaire is designed to give the answer the Labour Administration wants to hear.

Sheffield Townhall

Report from September’s council meeting

7th September 2018

Here is what happened at September’s full council meeting, the one day in the month when all Sheffield’s elected councillors get together.

Working to save City heritage

21st August 2018

Green councillors have been working to save the Old Coroner’s Court on Nursery St, an attractive building opposite the Nursery…

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…

Green Councillor wants to save a part of Sheffield’s heritage

3rd October 2017

Green Councillor Douglas Johnson has lodged a planning objection to save a part of Sheffield’s heritage.