A year of achievement for our Green Councillors

29th April 2022

After success in the elections last May, our 13 Green councillors put Sheffield City Council on a pathway to Net…

Greens say “Let there be light for City Centre residents”

19th January 2022

“Residents in the City Centre deserve just as much access to light as other Sheffield householders” says Green Councillor Brian…

Developers can do more to tackle Climate Change

15th December 2021

Sheffield Greens call for more action by developers to tackle Climate Change. Following the outcome of COP26, Green Councillors in…

Sheffield Town Hall lit up in green

“But what have the Greens ever done for us…?”

19th July 2021

Since the Election in May, Sheffield Green Party councillors have: Formed the first ever co-operative council administration “If the results…

Greens object to closure of recycling site

12th June 2021

This letter has gone to the Star and Telegraph on the closure of the Waitrose recycling site.  We are disappointed…

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…

Heather burning on moorland

Sheffield Council supports Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill

31st March 2021

A Green motion has led to Sheffield Council formally declaring support for the Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill. The Greens’…

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.