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Sheffield Green Party rail franchise consultation response

12th October, 2017

Sheffield Green Party has submitted a response to the consultation on the future East Midlands Rail franchise. This includes the … Full Story »

October council report: Same Old, Same Old

12th October, 2017

Devolution was on the agenda at October’s council meeting, after the final collapse of the Sheffield City Region devolution deal. … Full Story »

Licensing committee approves CADS use of Eagle Works

10th October, 2017

Green Councillor Douglas Johnson said he was “very pleased with the success” of the licensing application by the CADS. The … Full Story »

Motion to end production of single-use plastics from Sheffield Green Party’s Natalie Bennett passed unanimously by Green Party national conference in Harrogate

9th October, 2017

Green Party members have unanimously passed a motion proposed by Sheffield Green Party member and former national leader Natalie Bennett … Full Story »

Housing

We need more affordable housing

6th October, 2017

Now the Government has weakened Councils’ control over planning permission, it is easier for developers to avoid conditions that create affordable housing Full Story »

Cllr Rob Murphy

Sheffield Greens propose democratically backed Yorkshire-wide deal

3rd October, 2017

Sheffield Greens have submitted a motion to Council calling on the administration to pursue a Yorkshire-wide devolution deal Full Story »

Cllr Magid Magid at the War Memorial and Tree Recognition Service in March last year

Sheffield Green Councillors shortlisted for national awards

3rd October, 2017

Sheffield Greens are delighted to report that two Green councillors, Alison Teal and Magid Magid, have been shortlisted for major national honours Full Story »

A frame of a cruck house before demolition

Green Councillor wants to save a part of Sheffield’s heritage

3rd October, 2017

Green Councillor Douglas Johnson has lodged a planning objection to save a part of Sheffield’s heritage. Full Story »

Air pollution and public health cannot be swept under the carpet

30th September, 2017

While the chimney sculptures may be attractive and remind us of our industrial past, they will also represent the modern-day air pollution that makes Tinsley an unhealthy place to live Full Story »

Trees campaign has exposed Labour’s undemocratic rule of Sheffield

30th September, 2017

The street trees campaign has publicly exposed Labour’s undemocratic, one party state, rule of this city. We need to keep hearing more about this campaign not less. Full Story »

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