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Brighton Journal | 13th December 2019

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Scheme is trialled to recover millions of unpaid council tax

24th July 2019 |

Within the last financial year from April 2018 – 2019, £5.7 million of council tax was unpaid locally. Brighton and Hove are now trialling a new scheme to tackle those who are not paying council tax. The council, made up … Read More

Amendments to the councils employment procedure helps ensure more jobs for refugees

15th July 2019 |

After an intervention between Green councillors last week, refugees in Brighton may be given more help from Brighton and Hove City Council when trying to find work in the city.

Council chiefs were asked to look at ways … Read More

Greens say “time to bin Labour” after mounting waste collection worries

11th January 2019 |

Brighton and Hove’s Labour council has been accused of breaking their pledge to improve their refuse and recycling service by Green Party councillors.

Delays in waste and recycling collections have mounted over the festive period, with setbacks to the … Read More

Have your say on the future of events in Brighton and Hove

8th January 2019 |

Brighton and Hove City Council is inviting residents to have their say on the future of outdoor festivals and events around the city.

The council has played a major part in ensuring events happen and has commissioned a draft … Read More

New Brighton venue ‘taking shape’ on seafront

19th December 2018 |

Brighton’s Shelter Hall dates back to the end of the nineteenth century, and has always been a complex structure as it supports both the seafront road and the promenade. 

Reconstruction of Shelter Hall is in motion to create a new … Read More

Brighton council urged to go carbon neutral by 2030

13th December 2018 |

Challenges from a petition and Green councillors are pressuring Brighton and Hove City Council to prevent the catastrophic effects of climate change for future generations.

Brighton and Hove City Council are being urged to take big steps in committing to … Read More

£450k to help families impacted by alcohol in Brighton and Hove

5th December 2018 |

Brighton and Hove will receive almost half a million pounds to fund a new support project to help young people affected by their parent’s alcohol dependency.

The city is one of nine areas in the country to have received their … Read More

Brighton council budget proposes money for homeless community and protection of services

28th November 2018 | 1

The city council have pledged the protection of services in the community despite a massive reduction in government grants over the last few years.

Brighton and Hove City Council have released the last budget proposal of a four-year plan specially designed … Read More

Brighton council plans to continue making countryside ‘accessible for all’

21st November 2018 |

Brighton and Hove City Council will discuss progressing the ten-year plan to improve access to the city’s countryside and open spaces.

The council’s Rights of Way Improvement Plan, which is produced every year, has been constructed following a citywide consultation … Read More

Brighton Council Could Scrap Controversial Litter Contract

21st November 2018 |

The city council are pushing a zero-tolerance attitude on fly-tipping, hoping to bring litter enforcement in Brighton and Hove ‘in-house’ in 2019. Brighton and Hove City Council are in talks to end its litter enforcement contract with controversial company 3GS and … Read More