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Brighton Journal | 24th January 2020

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New survey calls for support in tackling Domestic and Sexual, Emotional and Physical Abuse

3rd April 2018 |

Brighton and Hove City Council are asking members of the public for their help in shaping a new approach to tackle domestic and sexual violence and abuse. The City Council are working together with East Sussex County Council to … Read More

City Trust for Brighton & Hove’s Cultural Landmarks Takes Shape

25th January 2018 |

A report to the Policy, Resources & Growth Committee on Thursday 25 January recommended the decisions necessary to establish the City’s long-anticipated Trust. The recommended trust would be tasked with bringing together the entire historic Royal Pavilion Estate.

The new … Read More

Brighton Bier’s New Brew Supports Madeira Terrace Restoration Fund

25th January 2018 |

Internationally award-winning Brighton brewers Brighton Bier have an exciting start to 2018 with the launch of a special beer “MABIERA”. The beer will raise funds for the city’s “Save Madeira Terrace” campaign.

The crowdfunding campaign, led by Brighton & Hove … Read More

Council Investigating Graffiti Damage to Grade 2 Listed Building

24th January 2018 |

A huge graffiti mural which has been sprayed on the side of a charity’s Grade 2 listed building in Brighton has sparked a council investigation.

The image appears on the end wall of the Percy and Wagner almshouses in Lewes … Read More

Brighton & Hove On-Street Parking Prices Frozen At £1 An Hour

16th January 2018 |

Parking prices in Brighton & Hove are set to be largely frozen for the next financial year.

A new council report lists over 230 separate tariffs for on-street, off-street and resident parking across the city.  Just six of them are … Read More

Brighton & Hove’s Biggest New Council Housing Development In Years Completed

15th January 2018 |

The first tenants will soon be moving into brand new homes in Whitehawk, following completion of the biggest new council housing development in the city in recent years.

Fifty-seven new homes have been built at Kite Place consisting of 10 one-bedroom, … Read More

Delays Warning While Busy Hove Junction Is Improved

11th January 2018 |

Drivers are warned to expect delays as the city council undertakes 12 weeks of essential safety works to a busy junction on Hove’s Old Shoreham Road, from 15 January.

The works will affect the junction of the Old Shoreham Road, … Read More

Brighton Parking Profits Top National League Table Yet Again

27th November 2017 |

English councils made a record £819m from their parking operations in the last financial year, a new RAC report finds. The 2016-17 figure is 10% higher than the £744m made in the previous financial year and is £37m above what … Read More

Council Leader Calls for A Budget to End Local Government Austerity in Open Letter to Sajid Javid MP

15th November 2017 |

Cllr Warren Morgan, leader of the council, has called for an end to local government austerity saying local authorities are close to breaking point. Cllr Morgan has written to Sajid Javid MP, Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, to … Read More

Details on Council Homes From ‘New Homes for Neighbourhoods’ Project

19th October 2017 |

Brooke Mead, Albion Street, Brighton – 45 new council ‘extra care’ flats

This extra-care scheme is targeted at people with low to moderate dementia. A show flat  is now open and the scheme is being completed. See Brooke Mead web page 

Albion Hill Residents Association and local residents … Read More