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Brighton Journal | August 18, 2019

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

July 10, 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

July 6, 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

June 29, 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

June 28, 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

Key Info of Next Steps in Brighton’s £10 Million Valley Gardens Project

June 27, 2018 |

The planned Valley Gardens project in the centre of Brighton has been in the pipelines for some time. The scheme aims to create a green space in the city, to encourage alternatives modes of transport and to improve the city’s … Read More

Council Threatens Hove Beach Hut Owners With 3000% Sales Tax Rise

June 25, 2018 |

Hove’s beach huts are an iconic site. The colourful fixtures of the Brighton and Hove seafront have become their own tourist attraction, with their vibrant aesthetic mirroring that of the city.

The cost of these huts is staggering … Read More

Council Break Procedure by Throwing Away Homeless Man’s Possessions

June 21, 2018 |

The council are working to resolve the issue.

Brighton and Hove City Council have been forced to apologise following a breach of procedure.

This comes after they broke their own rules in dealing with a homeless citizen.

They removed a … Read More

Brighton Council Adopt New ‘Safe Pass’ Scheme to Protect Cyclists

June 14, 2018 |

Brighton and Hove Council have adopted a new scheme intended to protect cyclists on the roads, by encouraging drivers to leave more space when passing them on the road.

The scheme, called “Safe Pass” was introduced in Sussex last week … Read More

Elderly Brighton Residents Double-Charged for Substandard Heating

June 14, 2018 |

The changes to their bills were only meant to be minimal.

A group of elderly residents have been severely affected following a supposedly routine refit in their block in Brighton.

Their water heating system was replaced, with only minor costs … Read More

Fake ‘Designated Cannabis Zone’ Signs Appear Around Brighton

June 12, 2018 |

The incident seems to have been an elaborate hoax.

A series of seemingly parodic signs have been found around Brighton.

The signs have been fooling several people into believing that Brighton and Hove contains cannabis free zones.

Several locations were … Read More