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Brighton Journal | 12th December 2019

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Brighton bike share tariffs increase today

1st August 2019 |

The Brighton bike share fees will rise today for users of the service.

The scheme initiated back in 2017 and has proven popular with locals and tourists alike. Through an app users can pick up and drop off the iconic … Read More

Vote For Our City’s Parks to be Named Top in The Country!

5th September 2018 |

Park goers in Brighton & Hove are being encouraged to vote for their favourite Green Flag park in a bid to be named among the top ten in the country.

Earlier this summer Brighton & Hove City council’s parks staff … Read More

10 Amazing Rainbow Themed Shop Displays Around The City!

3rd August 2018 |

The excitement of Pride has certaintly arrived in Brighton and Hove this week and the city is ready to welcome LGBTQ+ events along with lots of rainbows and smiles! Businesses and shops across the city have been getting involved, decorating their windows and exteriors in rainbow colours!

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The Challenges The Heatwave Brings When Looking After The City

27th July 2018 |

We have been truly spoilt this summer when it comes to the weather, with hot temperatures remaining high over the past few months in Brighton and Hove and across the UK, accompanied by little rainfall.

As this unexpected heatwave engulfs the UK, this summer is now being … Read More

The Council Are Looking For Brighton Residents’ Opinion to Shape The City

10th July 2018 |

Brighton and Hove City Council are developing new guidance, entitled the ‘Urban Design Framework’, which seeks the opinion of Brighton residents in order to make the structure of our city more attractive and easier to use.

The council have acknowledged … Read More

Council Lists 180 Brownfield Sites with Homes Potential

4th January 2018 |

About 180 brownfield sites have been identified as having potential to provide space for many of the homes Brighton & Hove needs in future.

They are contained in the city council’s new Brownfield Land Register (BLR). If all were developed they could … Read More

Circus Street Development Project Well Underway

22nd September 2017 | 1

After successfully securing funding for the project from Gravis Capital Partners, construction has begun at the Circus Street site that promises to deliver a new retail and leisure destination for the city.

The scheme will revitalise a once-loved pillar of … Read More

Struggling to Breathe in Brighton? Air quality on city streets a cause for concern say voices within local community

18th September 2017 |

Pollution is becoming a problem again in Brighton.

A public event being held at the Brighthelm Centre on Thursday will focus on highlighting concerns and tackling issues surrounding pollution and the poor air quality in certain parts of Brighton and it’s … Read More

6 Things You’ll Only Know If You Live In Kemp Town

26th July 2017 | 1

Ah Kemp Town, Brighton’s crown jewel of eccentricity, excitement and colourful characters…If you’ve ever had the pleasure of visiting it or even living there, you’ll know it has some distinct traits. So without further ado here’s six things you’ll only know … Read More

10 Things You (Probably) Didn’t Know About The Old Steine

12th July 2017 |

Situated in the heart of the city, sandwiched between Kemptown and the Royal Pavilion, Old Steine Gardens is yet another staple in Brighton’s beautiful scenery. Although it may now be better known for being a hub for busses, the gardens … Read More