Kaltum Rivers campaigning to save the Minor Injuries Unit

CCG plans for better access to GPs are flawed

29th January 2018

Sheffield Green Party welcomes the aim of better access to GPs but says the CCG’s proposals on “urgent care” are not credible.

Douglas Johnson

Greens call financing decision in for scrutiny

22nd January 2018

The Council will spend about £79 million next year on the Streets Ahead contract, about double the £39 million spent on highway maintenance in 2011-12, the year before the Highways PFI contract was signed.

Dentist

Dental health is strongly linked with inequality

19th January 2018

More children are having rotten teeth taken out. The number of multiple tooth extractions from children’s mouths has been increasing over the last five years.

Douglas Johnson

It is time to end the unfair treatment of Council tenants

16th January 2018

January is the time of year when many of us have to face up to debt problems – not having enough coming in to meet the outgoings.

Douglas Johnson

Cllr Douglas Johnson’s contribution to Telegraph Voices this week

22nd December 2017

Cllr Johnson gives Sheffield Green Party’s view on the Urgent Care Proposals

Douglas Johnson

End of term report

8th December 2017

The last Full Council meeting before Christmas had an end-of-term air about it.

Water tap

Greens call to end evictions for water debts

7th December 2017

Green councillors invited Sheffield City Council to protect council tenants by ending evictions for people who cannot afford to pay their water rates on time.

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

Green action at December’s full Council

6th December 2017

Sheffield’s four Green Councillors have submitted a set of amendments to the meeting of the full council on Wednesday 6th December 2017.

Douglas Johnson

Greens call Accountable Care Partnership decision in for scrutiny

5th December 2017

Sheffield Green Party are today calling in the Cabinets decision to sign the Council up to the Accountable Care Partnership (ACP) for scrutiny.

Sheffield Townhall

November’s Council Report

22nd November 2017

November’s council meeting was a quiet one for Alison Teal. Maybe it was just good to know she wasn’t in prison and didn’t get thrown out of the meeting.