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Council Announce Graffiti Crack-Down Plans

November 20, 2018 |

Brighton and Hove City Council have announced plans to get tough with graffiti artists, in an effort to ‘reclaim our streets’ from those who have de-faced it.

 

These plans seek to unite police, residents, local businesses, students and even … Read More

Petition to make Brighton beaches fully accessible for the disabled and wheelchair users

November 15, 2018 | 1

Local resident Clare Nelson has launched a petition to Brighton & Hove City Council in a pledge to make all of Brighton’s beaches wheelchair accessible. Since it started in August, it has gained over 1600 signatures.

 

The petition arose … Read More

Rubbish Art to be Showcased at The Amex

October 25, 2018 |

Brighton and Hove Albion are set the to showcase the issues they face with fans leaving rubbish behind, by producing a fantastic new art installation, solely created from litter left in the Amex stadium after a recent premier league game.

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Brighton Secondary Schools Join Ofsted ‘Elite’

October 16, 2018 |

In fantastic news for Brighton and Hove’s youngsters, the city’s secondary schools have joined what is described as Ofsted’s ‘elite’ group of authorities from across the country.

 

This elite status is only applicable to those authorities where every child … Read More

Brighton’s Rubbish – The New Page Dedicated to Making Rubbish Art

October 9, 2018 |

Featured image by Lottie Whyman.

Recently, rubbish has come to the forefront of many Brighton’s resident’s minds. Admittedly, many busy weekends this summer did leave the city in a less than beautiful state. But are we focussing too much on … Read More

Committee to consider safety in next phase of Valley Gardens project

October 2, 2018 |

The Brighton and Hove City Council will hold a public consultation to consider the design and develop safety in the Phase 3 area within the Valley Gardens project.

 

The existing area has the highest collision rate in the city, … Read More

Tech-Takeback is Taking Over The Level

September 24, 2018 |

From Friday 28th September Tech-Takeback will be at The Level, taking in your old and un-used gadget in order to recycle, re-use and re-home them.

 

In an initiative supported by Brighton and Hove City Council, the Tech-Takeback pop up … Read More

Council Launches New Video to Help Cyclists Keep Their Bike Safe

September 7, 2018 |

Brighton & Hove City Council have launched a new video to help cyclists keep their bike safe and secure.

To keep your bike safe and secure, it’s advised that you use a high quality bike lock and cable, secure both wheels, and use … Read More

Council Announces Help For The City’s Rough Sleepers

September 4, 2018 |

More support and expanded services have been announced by Brighton & Hove City Council to help the city’s rough sleepers.

Brighton & Hove currently has the second highest number of rough sleepers in England, behind Westminster. This is a figure which has risen … Read More

New Affordable Homes Approved For Central Brighton

August 16, 2018 |

Thirty-four new homes will be built in Buckingham Road, central Brighton, having been approved by Brighton & Hove’s planning committee yesterday (15 August).

Brighton is consistently regarded as being one of the least affordable UK Cities for housing.

This new development will see 44% affordable housing provision on … Read More