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Brighton Journal | 29th January 2020

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Council Urges Drivers To Slow Down To Save Lives

9th August 2018 |

Brighton & Hove City Council are this week supporting the European-wide speed enforcement week, which runs from 6 – 12 August, and as part of this are urging drivers to slow down to saves lives.

The week long campaign is run by … Read More

Glitter Not Litter: Pride Leaves Brighton Beach in Sorry State

6th August 2018 |

This weekend may have been a celebration of love, where both residents and visitors alike came together to take part in the UK’s largest LGBTQ event, and as usual it was a glitter and rainbow filled extravaganza.

However, despite the … Read More

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

Environmental Calls Made to End the Releasing of Balloons in Brighton

23rd July 2018 |

We live in a world where it is hard to avoid environmental damage. When the food and drink we consume are wrapped in non-biodegradable packaging, and the transport we are told to take pollutes the atmosphere, we are sometimes left … Read More

Brighton’s Youth Projects Awarded Extra £88,000 in Funding

19th July 2018 |

Brighton and Hove City Council have announced that that community organisations working with young people within in the city are now able to apply for a share of £88,000 in additional funding.

The city’s youth-led grants programme has offered this … Read More

3 Former Brighton Family Homes Set to Become Student Housing

19th July 2018 |

Brighton has a range of academic institutions, boasting two high-profile universities. The number of students in the city is on the rise, with the universities looking to expand. Because of this, much of the housing in Brighton is taken up … Read More

Single Use Plastics Policy Unveiled by Council After Community Campaign

19th July 2018 |

As a result of successful proposals made made Green councillors in November, which was backed by all parties, Brighton and Hove City Council have now announced that they are adopting a Single Use Plastics policy.

In last year’s proposals, the … Read More

Council Deemed Wrong to House Autistic Boy Near Volatile Neighbour

19th July 2018 |

Brighton and Hove City Council have taken full responsibility for causing distress in the life of a mother and her autistic son. An ombudsman’s report showed that the council should not have placed the family where they did in 2016. … Read More

Prestigious Green Flag Awarded to Seven of the City’s Parks

19th July 2018 |

Brighton and Hove City council can once again celebrate containing some of the finest parks in the country, as seven parks across the city have been awarded the prestigious Green Flag Award.

The chosen seven parks are: Preston Park, Easthill … Read More

Public Respond to Third Phase of Valley Gardens Project

18th July 2018 |

The public have had their say on the third phase of the Valley Gardens project with the council receiving 875 responses.

This third phase aims to improve travel into the city centre by developing the area from the Old Steine to the Palace Pier roundabout on … Read More