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Clean Air Zone consultation is missed opportunity

26th August 2019

This is a missed opportunity to engage the public on the reality of air pollution and the actions needed

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Sheffield Green Party response to the Clean Air Zone consultation

26th August 2019

Read the full response from Sheffield Green Party to the Clean Air Zone consultation

Sheffield Green Party members Martin Phipps and Brian Holmshaw by the ring road

Will the Council deliver on cycling?

26th June 2019

The Greens will continue to campaign for better public transport and safer cycling and walking options so people can choose to leave their cars at home

City Ward Greens: (l-r) Cllr Rob Murphy, Ruth Mersereau, Cllr Martin Phipps, Emily Brooke-Davies, Cllr Douglas Johnson

City Ward – February 2019

11th May 2019

The latest news from City Ward Greens

Ruth Mersereau

Inner Ring Road Expansion – “Business as Usual”

15th February 2019

Last week’s decision by the Labour Council to expand the Inner City Ring Road is another case of “business as usual” and is hugely frustrating.

James Martin, Cllr Martin Phipps, Ruth Mersereau

Greens disappointed at Inner Ring Road shortcomings

1st February 2019

Green councillors expressed disappointment at the lack of further scrutiny, after hearing many claims but little evidence.

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

Campaigners with the Green Party leader, Siân Berry, at Derek Dooley Way

Green councillors call in road widening decision

20th January 2019

Sheffield Green Party councillors have “called in” a council decision to widen the Inner Ring Road so that the impact on air quality, health, cycling and walking can be considered.

Short-term vision doesn’t justify ring road widening scheme

16th January 2019

Sheffield Greens have spoken of their disappointment at plans to spend £4.5m on a short-term road-widening scheme instead of listening to residents’ and cyclists’ concerns

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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.