Green Party Garden Stake

Council Election Campaign & Candidate Information

9th April 2021

Council elections due in May 2020 will now be held on 6 May. On the same date, there will also…

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…

Old Coroner’s Court

Old Coroner’s Court: Greens’ disappointment as official over-rules councillors

17th August 2020

Government Planning Inspector rules that demolition can go ahead.

Brian Holmshaw at the Township site

Sheffield Greens oppose Loxley Township development

4th August 2020

Sheffield Greens have joined 800 local residents in objecting to plans for up to 300 houses in the Loxley Valley

Is SCC Using Coronavirus To Avoid Scrutiny?

13th July 2020

Sheffield City Council has been failing to uphold the principle of open government since lockdown was introduced in March.

Sheffield Green Party commends Sheffield Community Contact Tracers

10th June 2020

The UK was ranked second in the Global Health Security Index ranking global pandemic preparedness in October 2019.

Owlthorpe Fields

Sheffield Greens comment on Owlthorpe planning application refusal

3rd June 2020

Sheffield Greens react to the news that councillors rejected the planning application by Avant Homes to build 74 executive houses on a greenfield site at Owlthorpe

Douglas Johnson

Sheffield Green Party voice concern as council restricts public say on planning decisions in Sheffield

12th May 2020

Greens Cllr Douglas Johnson and Brian Holmshaw comment on anti-democratic changes to Planning Committees that restrict the right to speak for both the public and community stakeholder groups

Green Party leader Sian Berry with Brian Holmshaw

Greens comment on Old Town Hall plans

23rd August 2019

The heritage aspects of the plan need to be scrutinised closely but the prospects look good