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Brighton Journal | 19th January 2020

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Once in a lifetime opportunity for local artists

13th June 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

Seize the fees: Success for Brighton renters

5th June 2019 |

On Saturday 1st June, campaigners around the country celebrated the official passing of the Tenants Fees Act. This act bans landlords and agents from imposing extra charges on tenants, including administration and excessive deposit fees.

The renting sector … Read More

Proposal for 60 new homes as council housing programme grows

7th November 2018 |

Brighton and Hove’s Housing and New Homes committee will decide the fate of the construction of 57 new council homes.


If the proposal is approved in the meeting next week, the work will go ahead to build 45 homes on … Read More

“They are making a fantastic big difference to people’s lives”: Brighton welcomes new council housing

26th October 2018 |

Brighton and Hove City Council announced today the opening of 29 new council homes at Hobby Place on Whitehawk Road.


Residents accompanied Councillor Anne Meadows, chair of the Housing and New Homes Committee at the opening event.


Councillor Meadows … Read More

Demonstration being held against living conditions of trapped elderly residents in Brighton

27th September 2018 |

A demonstration will take place today against the poor living conditions of sheltered housing run by Hyde Housing Group in Brighton.


Some residents of The Orchards have reportedly not left their home for six weeks due to the delayed … Read More

Temporary Closure for Troublesome Brighton Flat

23rd August 2018 |

Sussex Police have said that a flat in Bristol Gardens, Brighton, associated with incidents of anti-social behaviour, disorder and reports of drug taking, has been temporarily shut down under a closure order.

This news comes after Police became aware of anti-social … Read More

New Affordable Homes Approved For Central Brighton

16th August 2018 |

Thirty-four new homes will be built in Buckingham Road, central Brighton, having been approved by Brighton & Hove’s planning committee yesterday (15 August).

Brighton is consistently regarded as being one of the least affordable UK Cities for housing.

This new development will see 44% affordable housing provision on … Read More

Plans for New City Centre Employment Space and Housing Gets The Go Ahead

20th July 2018 |

Brighton and Hove’s city’s planning committee have approved the £100m redevelopment of the site of the former headquarters of American Express in Brighton. This is one of the largest mixed-use developments to come forward in recent years.

The former Amex … Read More

3 Former Brighton Family Homes Set to Become Student Housing

19th July 2018 |

Brighton has a range of academic institutions, boasting two high-profile universities. The number of students in the city is on the rise, with the universities looking to expand. Because of this, much of the housing in Brighton is taken up … Read More

Hove Residents Unite to Oppose Eight Storey Block of Flats

31st May 2018 |

Hove residents have come together to demonstrate their outrage at proposed plans to demolish current buildings to make way for a eight storey block of flats.

The original planning application was first submitted in late March, and outlines the developers … Read More