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Brighton Journal | 26th January 2020

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Have Your Say on New Council Plans For Queen’s Park!

18th July 2018 |

The Brighton and Hove Council are giving residents the chance to have their say on a significant future development plan in a popular Brighton park.

Queen’s Park is a beautiful spot away from the hustle and bustle of the inner-city. … Read More

Council Plans for £1.1 Million Toilet Refurbishment Rejected

16th July 2018 |

The council’s proposal for a £1.1 million refurbishment of Brighton and Hove’s public toilets, which included introducing payments of 30p to eleven more of the city’s toilets, were rejected, amidst councillor claims that charging would “cheapen” our city to tourists.

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Brighton Artists Threatened With Studio Eviction For Flat Development

13th July 2018 |

So often in the modern day the arts are undermined. They are treated by many as being needless and impractical. In 2017 it was revealed that across the UK local arts funding had fallen by 39%, significantly hindering many aspiring … Read More

Brighton Bin Collection Misses Targets as Thousands are Uncollected

12th July 2018 |

A new report has revealed a huge problem with bin collections in Brighton. Collection numbers have fallen well short of expectations, sparking criticism towards the Brighton and Hove City Council.

The statistics are certainly damning. There was an average of … Read More

Council to Introduce Charges to More Public Toilets in Brighton

12th July 2018 | 1

As part of a £1.1 million refurbishment on the city’s public toilets, Brighton and Hove City council have announced that they are planning to introduce 30p payments into 11 of the 37 toilets around town.

With councillors set to vote … Read More

Brighton is Now the Parking Ticket Capital of the UK

11th July 2018 | 1

Any resident of Brighton and Hove knows how much of a hassle parking can sometimes be. It seems that you either have to park a million miles outside of the city or fork up a fortune in order to find … 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

It’s Your Chance to Have a Say in Queen’s Park Development Proposals

6th July 2018 |

Set a little further back from the main hustle and bustle of Brighton’s city centre, Queen’s Park is an idyllic location to relax, whether you want to enjoy a casual stroll, or a look at it’s wildlife garden.

But now, … Read More

Brighton Man Told to Remove St George’s Flag After Causing Offence

29th June 2018 |

An England fan has been asked to remove their flag by a person purporting to represent Brighton council. The St George’s flag is associated by many with racism and nationalism. However, there is a line between patriotism during a World Cup … Read More

Plans Discussed to Scrap Hectic and Hazardous Aquarium Roundabout

28th June 2018 |

Brighton’s Valley Gardens project has excited the city’s citizens. The plans are set to bring about extensive changes to the city centre, tweaking aspects which have long needed reviewing. One such thing is the Aquarium roundabout, next to the sealife centre … Read More