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…

Active Travel Update from Councillor Ruth Mersereau

22nd February 2022

Here’s a round-up from Councillor Ruth Mersereau of where we are with the current Sheffield active travel schemes. Active Travel…

Greens propose new scheme to fund improvements to Public Transport

4th February 2022

Greens on Sheffield City Council have proposed a new scheme to give a much needed boost to tram and bus…

City centre offices converted into pokey flats

16th November 2021

Green Councillor Ruth Mersereau has condemned the proposals to convert the former offices at Rockingham House into 162 apartments as…

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…

Trial closure of Division St

More for the public, less for private cars

10th July 2021

Sheffield Green Party has commented on how the city centre should look, in an amendment to be debated at the…

Cllr Ruth Mersereau

A city centre designed for people

8th July 2021

Cllr Ruth Mersereau spoke on the vision for a new Sheffield city centre at the full council meeting on 7th…

shops on Devonshire St

City Ward councillors oppose loss of Devonshire St shops

31st March 2021

City Ward councillors have made clear their opposition to the loss of shops on Devonshire St in the city centre,…

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…

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…