Douglas Johnson

Making health care accountable

17th November 2017

Green councillor, Douglas Johnson, has taken the lead on scrutinising a decision about the future of Sheffield’s health services.


There’s a strong case for 20mph zones

17th November 2017

Sheffield Green Party supports the proposal for city centre 20mph speed limits other than on main roads.

Park Square

Joined up thinking needed to reduce air pollution

13th November 2017

If the Star round table discussion on air pollution is to lead to improvements it will require joined up thinking by the council.

Tree campaigners

Labour Executive are bringing Sheffield Council into disrepute

8th November 2017

Cllr Teal calls for Sheffield Council to be held accountable for their expensive, politically motivated, and punitive legal action against tree campaigners

Douglas Johnson

Questions about the China deal need answering

2nd November 2017

Readers may not be aware that recent council reassurances on the £1 billion China deal were not just prompted by…

Court judgment in the Council’s application to commit Cllr Teal to prison

31st October 2017

The court has given its judgment in the Council’s application to commit Green Councillor Alison Teal to prison. The court’s…

Case dismissed against Green Councillor

31st October 2017

Sheffield Greens were delighted last Friday 27th October when a High Court Judge, Mr Justice Stephen Males, threw out a…

Tree campaigners

Green Party Peer Jenny Jones to support tree campaigners

26th October 2017

Green Party Peer Jenny Jones is set to visit Sheffield on Friday 27th October in support of Green Councillor Alison Teal and local residents

Street cleaner

Opposition Unites to Scrutinise Council Streetcleaning Proposals

24th October 2017

Sheffield’s Green and Lib Dem councillors have called in a decision by Council Leader Julie Dore to cut litter clearance and remove vegetation from council land.


Sheffield Greens delight at City Centre 20mph Zone announcement

18th October 2017

Sheffield Greens are responding to the news that the Council has taken up a key Green Party policy of reducing speed limits across the city centre to 20mph