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Brighton Journal | 28th January 2020

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#HistoricEngland Archives - Brighton Journal

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

Dyke Tavern Granted Grade II Listed Status by Historic England

8th November 2017 |

The 122-year-old Dyke Tavern has been granted Grade II listed building status by Historic England.

The much-loved pub, which was built by local architect Charles Henry Buckman in 1895, is now protected under the planning system after being deemed to … Read More

Brighton’s Royal Pavillion Deemed ‘At Risk’ by Assesors

26th October 2017 |

Brighton’s very own Royal Pavilion Garden, which surrounds the John Nash-designed Royal Pavilion has been deemed ‘at risk’ by assessors at Historic England.

The grounds surrounding the pleasure palace built for the future King George IV have been identified on … Read More