Greens oppose limits on local democracy

5th September 2017

Sheffield Green Party councillors are objecting to the ruling Administration’s proposal to reduce opposition in council meetings.

Green Councillors Alison Teal, Douglas Johnson, Rob Murphy and Magid

Green Party suggestions for improving council meetings

4th September 2017

Green Party councillors have been taking part in the cross-party group of councillors discussing how to change council meetings.

Douglas Johnson

Greens call for urgent review of student accommodation

29th August 2017

Sheffield Green councillors have put a motion to council calling for an urgent review of supply and demand of student accommodation.

Douglas Johnson

20mph speed limit will save lives

9th August 2017

Green Councillor Douglas Johnson says the 20mph speed limit will save fuel, improve air pollution and save lives

Douglas Johnson

The right to protest is a vital part of our democracy

20th July 2017

Sitting through the High Court injunction hearing on Monday, I was struck by the importance of ordinary, dignified people being…

Sheffield Townhall

Sheffield Greens support Open Government

16th July 2017

Sheffield council meetings are open to the public. Anyone can come and hear what is being said and done by…

Dentist

Green Party councillor welcomes chance to debate dental health

15th July 2017

Sheffield Council is to review the city’s dental health at a meeting of the Health Scrutiny Committee on Wednesday 19th July

Cllrs Douglas Johnson and Rob Murphy

“About time” for city centre 20mph, say Greens

15th July 2017

Green Party councillors and activists are celebrating as a long-running campaign by Sheffield Green Party has taken a step further…

Douglas Johnson

Local people sent clear message against tree-felling in recent by-election

14th July 2017

It’s a mystery why the result of the Nether Edge & Sharrow ward council by-election held on June 22nd has…

Legal threat to elected councillor facing injunction, Monday 17th July

12th July 2017

Sheffield City Council have refused mediation and started injunction proceedings in court against one of its own elected Councillors