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Brighton Journal | 11th December 2019

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

28th September 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

Low Cost Affordable Housing Coming to Brighton

25th September 2017 |

Those of you who live and work in Brighton will be well aware of the incessant and incremental increases in the cost of living in the city with rents spiralling upwards and with property prices moving ever upwards, out of the … Read More

Circus Street Development Project Well Underway

22nd September 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

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

Will The Lectern Pub Be Transformed Into Student Homes?

29th June 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

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

Letting Agent vs Private: What’s The Best Way to Rent Out Your Property?

20th April 2017 |

If you want a job doing well then do it yourself, right? So the saying goes, but is it true when it comes to property? If you’ve invested a significant amount of money in bricks and mortar, then what should … Read More

The Brighton Agents Named and Shamed For Sky-High Letting Fees

15th March 2017 |

How much did you pay in fees when you moved house?  Brightonians will have to pay up to £720 for a two-adult household, a new survey of 112 local estate agents has revealed.

The average Brighton tenant pays £463, according … Read More

Demolition of Historic Hove House Looks Likely

3rd March 2017 |

Hove novelist Polly Samson’s plans to knock down Medina House look likely to go ahead after proposals were recommended for approval by planners.

The final decision on whether to accept the plans will be made by City Councillors at the … Read More

Free Housing Advice for Brighton Residents

2nd March 2017 |

The University of Sussex has launched a free legal clinic giving housing advice to Brighton residents. The city’s residents will be able to contact the Sussex Law School and receive support on housing issues including evictions/possession, disrepair, anti-social behaviour/neighbourhood … Read More