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Have Your Say on New Council Plans For Queen’s Park!

July 18, 2018 |

The Brighton and Hove Council are giving residents the chance to have their say on a significant future development plan in a popular Brighton park.

Queen’s Park is a beautiful spot away from the hustle and bustle of the inner-city. … Read More

Plans Discussed to Scrap Hectic and Hazardous Aquarium Roundabout

June 28, 2018 |

Brighton’s Valley Gardens project has excited the city’s citizens. The plans are set to bring about extensive changes to the city centre, tweaking aspects which have long needed reviewing. One such thing is the Aquarium roundabout, next to the sealife centre … Read More

Key Info of Next Steps in Brighton’s £10 Million Valley Gardens Project

June 27, 2018 |

The planned Valley Gardens project in the centre of Brighton has been in the pipelines for some time. The scheme aims to create a green space in the city, to encourage alternatives modes of transport and to improve the city’s … Read More

Plans For a Pavilion in Brighton Square Rejected

June 7, 2018 |

The move was set to considerably change the complexion of Brighton Square.

Coppa Club, a chain restaurant, had hoped to migrate into Brighton.

However, the move hinged on their bid to get a pavilion at Brighton Square in The Lanes.

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Will You Be Burning The Clocks Tonight? Here’s Everything You’ll Need To Know

December 21, 2017 |

Burning the Clocks is a unique community event, created by Same Sky, that brings the whole city together to mark the shortest day of the year.

Local people make their own paper and willow lanterns, using our kits, and after parading … Read More

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

July 13, 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

Good News! £3m Funding Boost For Royal Pavilion Estate

March 24, 2017 |

The first phase of Brighton & Hove City Council and Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival’s joint vision to revitalise the Royal Pavilion Estate has been awarded £3m. 

The grant, which comes from the Coast to Capital Local Growth Fund, will go towards … Read More

This is What the Preston Barracks Development Will Look Like

February 27, 2017 |

A developer has submitted plans for new buildings at Preston Barracks and The University of Brighton. The project straddling Lewes Road will includes 369 new homes and a student halls of residence with 1,338 rooms.

The university’s Business School … Read More

Good News! Black Rock Refurb Gets a Boost

February 9, 2017 |

12m of government funding has just been awarded to the Black Rock refurbishment project next to Brighton Marina.

The awarding of the funds via the Local Enterprise Partnership will see the creation of a world-class conference centre and 10,000-seat arena. … Read More