6th February 2020
The Planning & Highways Committee meeting on January 28th underlined the woeful state of democracy in Sheffield.
17th January 2020
Something needs to be done with a derelict site, but traffic generated by plans to build 350 homes on the Hepworth Refactory Site in Loxley Valley concerns local people.
4th January 2020
Under irresistible pressure from the Green Party and Extinction Rebellion, the Labour-run council declared a climate emergency on February 6th 2019.
3rd January 2020
Sheffield City Council has a new interim Chief Executive (Charlie Adan) until a permanent appointment is made in 6 months time.
14th October 2019
Last year I highlighted the threat to demolish the Old Coroner’s Court, the attractive piece of heritage that fronts onto Nursery St Pocket Park in the city centre.
20th September 2019
Sign the petition to stop the spraying of Glyphosate in Sheffield
30th July 2019
Water is heavy stuff. Pumping it around the country uses lots of energy, which all adds to the UK’s consumption of gas and electricity.
21st July 2019
Green issues set the agenda for July’s meeting of the full Council, with debates on both the climate crisis and democracy.
4th July 2019
Local residents objecting to a new Lidl proposed at Malin Bridge won’t be reassured by claims that it will not have a significant impact on the local road network
26th June 2019
The Greens will continue to campaign for better public transport and safer cycling and walking options so people can choose to leave their cars at home