Paul Turpin

Double Yellows Won’t Sort Veolia Problems

27th May 2020

The last couple of weeks has seen the household waste site at Blackstock Rd become so busy that traffic has been queuing hundreds of yards up the slip road and along Blackstock Rd

Paul Turpin

One Year Since Being Elected

24th May 2020

It’s been a whole year since I was elected! It’s flown by!

Paul Turpin

Green Councillors Call for Reopening of Heeley Train Station

16th May 2020

Councillor Paul Turpin has identified Government funding that could improve sustainable transport options through the reopening of old railway stations.

Paul Turpin

Care Homes Are The Poor Relation

3rd May 2020

The tragic report of the deaths of eighteen elderly residents from a single care home provider in Sheffield, is one of the worst aspects of the coronavirus epidemic.

Cllrs Paul Turpin and Douglas Johnson

Sheffield Greens call for the government to guarantee investment in South Yorkshire after Brexit

12th March 2020

Green Councillors have raised questions about replacing lost EU funding after Brexit

Sheffield Green Party Councillors

Green Party proposals to February’s Council

4th February 2020

Green Party councillors have submitted a raft of proposals to the full meeting of Sheffield City Council in February

Greens campaigning to win in Sheffield Central

12th November 2019

Sheffield Green Party are campaigning strongly to win Sheffield Central in the general election.

Sheffield Green Party Councillors

Green policy actions will make Sheffield better

29th October 2019

Sheffield’s Green councillors are proposing a raft of policies to Sheffield City Council, to make the city a better place to live.

Paul Turpin

Paul Turpin chosen by Sheffield Greens for Heeley Constituency

23rd September 2019

Paul Turpin, councillor for Gleadless Valley, has been selected by Sheffield Green Party to stand for Sheffield Heeley constituency in the next general election

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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