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…

Ruth and Douglas at Ball St Bridge Low Traffic Neighbourhoods

City ward councillors welcome Connecting Sheffield plans for Kelham Island & Neepsend

23rd February 2021

The Green City ward councillors welcome the Connecting Sheffield proposals for improving active travel infrastructure by adding segregated cycle lanes…

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…

Maroof Raouf

Greens call for action over unacceptable delays to road resurfacing

13th January 2021

Campaigners have called on Sheffield Council to investigate “unacceptable delays” to resurfacing work on roads in part of Sheffield. Residents…

Photo of the temporary footpath widening in town

Highways Changes Should Pave the Way to Bolder Thinking

2nd June 2020

Safely enabling social distancing will require some level of ‘thinking outside the box’ through creative and sustainable changes to public spaces.

New road layout for social distancing sign

Active Travel – what went wrong?

22nd May 2020

There’s been a surge in walking and cycling in the pandemic. Government has promised extra billions. It’s what Greens have campaigned for, for many years. So how is it looking in Sheffield?

Douglas Johnson

Greens welcome e-bikes to make roads safer from dangerous parking

22nd January 2020

A Green Party suggestion to make roads and pavements safer from illegal parking is taking off, as a trial of e-bikes is being supplied to parking enforcement officers.

Cllr Kaltum Rivers, Angela Argenzio, Cllr Magid Magid

Broomhill & Sharrow Vale – January / February 2019

28th January 2019

The latest news from Broomhill & Sharrow Vale Green Party

Peter Garbutt, Alison Teal, Jon Ashe, Fran Kime and Rob Unwin

“Children’s safety must come first”

11th January 2019

Greens highlight traffic danger at Sharrow Junior School.

Traffic

Council incompetence = no cycle improvements funded by IKEA development

10th January 2019

In 2017, the council said they were “playing hardball” in making IKEA and Meadowhall pay £30 million for the road changes needed to handle the increased traffic they would generate.