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Brighton Recycling Petition says it’s “time to stop being a rubbish city”

October 18, 2018 |

In light of recent events including fly-tipping, tonnes of rubbish left on the beach and failed bin collections, residents of Brighton and Hove are demanding change.

 

 Hanover resident Tea Meneghetti decided it was time for action.

 

Sharing the … Read More

New Superbin Unveiled in Brighton

August 10, 2018 |

Volunteer litterpickers braved the rain yesterday to celebrate the arrival of the city’s first Superbin in Preston Park, Brighton, which was unveiled as part of the Mayor’s Big Tidy Up event.

The bin has a secret compartment which stores litter-picking equipment … Read More

£15,000 Council Funding To Ensure Bus Journeys Continue

August 10, 2018 |

Brighton & Hove City Council has committed £15,000 of funding to Brighton & Hove Buses to ensure bus journeys on the 21 and 21A bus routes can continue.

Brighton & Hove Buses were due to withdraw four evening journeys from Whitehawk/Wilson Avenue section of … Read More

Brighton Artist Brings Happiness in The Rain With New Seafront Installation

July 30, 2018 |

Any recent visitors to Brighton seafront will have been lucky enough to witness the new art installation that has been created by local artist, Lois O’Hara, intended to draw visitors from the beach up to the boutique shops that nestle … Read More

City Trust for Brighton & Hove’s Cultural Landmarks Takes Shape

January 25, 2018 |

A report to the Policy, Resources & Growth Committee on Thursday 25 January recommended the decisions necessary to establish the City’s long-anticipated Trust. The recommended trust would be tasked with bringing together the entire historic Royal Pavilion Estate.

The new … Read More

Council Investigating Graffiti Damage to Grade 2 Listed Building

January 24, 2018 |

A huge graffiti mural which has been sprayed on the side of a charity’s Grade 2 listed building in Brighton has sparked a council investigation.

The image appears on the end wall of the Percy and Wagner almshouses in Lewes … Read More

New City Council Scheme Seeks Volunteers To Donate Time And Join ‘Tidy Up Team’

January 18, 2018 |

Volunteer litter pickers are being urged to step up and join an innovative new scheme to help keep Brighton and Hove’s parks and green spaces looking lovely.

Brighton & Hove City Council is setting up the Tidy Up Team – … Read More

School Admissions Policies For 2019 Agreed At Council Committee

January 18, 2018 |

School admission arrangements for September 2019 have been agreed.

At a meeting on 15 January Brighton & Hove City Council’s children, young people and skills committee considered a report on the responses to the consultation carried out during October and … Read More

Carers Needed In Important Adult Social Care & Support Scheme

January 17, 2018 |

In 1983 Marian Ferguson and her husband decided to become foster carers for Brian, a young boy with Downs Syndrome. Wind the clock forward 31 years to the present day – and Brian is still happily living with … Read More

Brighton & Hove On-Street Parking Prices Frozen At £1 An Hour

January 16, 2018 |

Parking prices in Brighton & Hove are set to be largely frozen for the next financial year.

A new council report lists over 230 separate tariffs for on-street, off-street and resident parking across the city.  Just six of them are … Read More