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Brighton Journal | 29th January 2020

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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

Give your views on the Community Infrastructure Levy

18th October 2017 |

As a Brightonian, you are able to give your views on introducing a new levy on development. New plans will see money raised through the levy will go towards paying for schools, roads, parks, flood defences, health and other community infrastructure.

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Parks Deemed “Under Pressure” To Be Given More Funding

17th July 2017 |

Increased funding will be made available to parks deemed “under pressure” in the Brighton and Hove area.

Brighton and Hove City Council were under budget by £600,000 meaning it can now be used to pay for a weekend manager for … Read More

Shared Houses Bring More Planning Complaints To Brighton & Hove City Council

13th July 2017 | 1

Brighton and Hove City Council has seen a huge rise in planning complaints with more than 800 planning complaints being received over the past year, up to the end of March. Apparently, there’s one key thing to blame, and that’s … Read More

Brighton & Hove City Council Are Replacing Your Recycling Bins But Not Everyone Is Happy About It

11th July 2017 |

As some may know, Brighton and Hove City Council is currently in the process of replacing the city’s black, stackable recycling tubs in favour of more robust, black recycling bins.

The new wheelie bins can take up to 240 litres … Read More

Residents Oppose Plan For 100 New Flats To Be Built On Industrial Site

7th July 2017 |

Plan to build 100 flats on an industrial site in Hove have been opposed by over 200 residents.

The Crowborough based site, Cross Stone Urban Regeneration, was hoping to conclude their four year plan of redeveloping the site on School Road, … Read More

Local Animal Lovers Hope For Regulations On Year-Round Firework Displays

4th July 2017 |

As most of us know, fireworks can be particularly distressing to animals, with our cats and dogs alike scampering to safety under the bed on Guy Fawkes’ Night every year. In Brighton however, it’s not just once a year that … Read More

Are Students Costing Sussex Councils Millions?

27th June 2017 |

Exemption from paying council tax for students is reportedly costing Sussex councils £11 million. People are calling on student landlords to pay up for council tax after figures have shown their exemption is costing the public purse a pretty penny. Figures … Read More

Brighton Housing Scheme To Introduce Fewer Affordable Homes Than Expected

22nd June 2017 |

Yesterday afternoon, Brighton & Hove city council planners met to discuss potential new housing schemes within Brighton & Hove. However, now it seems there will likely be fewer affordable homes than was originally agreed.

The site being discussed is the … Read More

Safety Measures Set To Increase At The Level

20th June 2017 |

Beloved Brighton park, The Level, is preparing for an increase in security measures to curb anti-social behaviour and promote residents’ safety. The well known green area hosts families, students, dog walkers, runners and skateboarders throughout the warmer months.

The news comes since a recent … Read More