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…

Greens welcome budget wins

16th February 2021

Green councillors have welcomed success with support for items in previous Green council budget proposals. Late additions to the council’s…

Greens welcome new heritage strategy

29th January 2021

Green councillors have welcomed the formal publication of a heritage strategy for the city by Joined Up Heritage Sheffield (JUHS),…

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…

Christine Gilligan Kubo next to traffic at Malin Bridge

Green worries over more traffic in Malin Bridge and Broomhill

22nd December 2020

Sheffield Green Party has responded to the consultation on the Mottram by-pass, saying increased road capacity will increase congestion in…

Cash grants in City Ward

13th December 2020

Community groups, residents and businesses can apply for small grants of up to £500 for projects to improve the area…

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Call for action on street drinking, knife crime and sexual abuse

1st December 2020

Green councillors are asking for improvements to the Licensing policy which is to be discussed at full council on Wednesday.…

Douglas Johnson

A “dismal approach” to Licensing policy

9th November 2020

Green Party activists who help residents deal with alcohol licensing applications expressed disappointment at their concerns being dismissed.

Cllr Alison Teal

Green Party comments on Ombudsman’s findings on tree-felling

3rd November 2020

Green Party councillors and activists have welcomed the Local Government Ombudsman’s report about Sheffield City Council’s abuse of the public over felling street trees.