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Brighton Journal | August 18, 2019

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Once in a lifetime opportunity for local artists

June 13, 2019 | 1

A unique opportunity for local artists to see their original work launched on a gargantuan new Brighton-based development has arisen. The call to tender for the Edward Street art installation is live as of today. If you’re an experienced local … Read More

BeFries Pledge To Donate 50p Per Sauce Sale To Brighton Dome Fund

September 12, 2018 |

Quirky Brighton-based Belgian chip company, ‘BeFries’ have pledged to donate 50p for every jar of sauce sold to ‘Build Brighton Dome’, the Dome’s community appeal, in order to help secure the funding needed to restore and redevelop the much loved, … Read More

Beach Hut Price Increases Could Mean Higher Fees

January 9, 2018 |

Plans to raise the transfer and licence fees on the city’s 459 beach huts on Hove seafront are to be considered by councillors.

At present, owners of the privately owned huts pay an annual licence fee of £367.20 for having … Read More

Council Lists 180 Brownfield Sites with Homes Potential

January 4, 2018 |

About 180 brownfield sites have been identified as having potential to provide space for many of the homes Brighton & Hove needs in future.

They are contained in the city council’s new Brownfield Land Register (BLR). If all were developed they could … Read More

Edward Street Quarter – Former Site of Old Amex Offices – To Be Transformed in Redevelopment Project

November 14, 2017 |

First Base has appointed BuckleyGrayYeoman as master-planner and architect for a new 300,000 sq ft mixed-use project on the site of the former Amex House in Brighton. The redevelopment will transform the vacant site, giving a new lease of life to the … Read More

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

October 19, 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

Green Light Given to New Moulsecoomb Campus Project which Promises £500m to Local Economy, 1,000 New Jobs, and 74 New Affordable Homes

September 28, 2017 |

The University of Brighton are investing in the future through a construction project aimed at making the university an even better place to work and learn.

Their ambitious plans include the transformation of the Moulsecoomb campus, providing a new academic building, 1,338 student bedrooms … Read More

Circus Street Development Project Well Underway

September 22, 2017 | 1

After successfully securing funding for the project from Gravis Capital Partners, construction has begun at the Circus Street site that promises to deliver a new retail and leisure destination for the city.

The scheme will revitalise a once-loved pillar of … Read More

Could Ikea Come To Sussex By 2019?

July 7, 2017 |

The arrival of major Swedish furniture shop, Ikea, has come a step closer after Albion have signed a deal with an upscale housing developer. Alongside the addition of a new Ikea will be 600 homes, 30% of which are promised to … Read More

Will The Lectern Pub Be Transformed Into Student Homes?

June 29, 2017 |

The Lectern pub on Lewes Road has been unused for a while, but now we may be seeing plans to transform the unusual property into nearly 200 student flats. Property developer, CKC Properties has submitted planning permission applications in the hope … Read More