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Friday, 29 April 2016
Changes to parking charges in Brunswick
Parking charges in the Brunswick area of Hove will change from next Tuesday, 3 May. The tariffs, in the Area M parking zone, will be as follows:
City’s school term proposals aim to help families
People in Brighton & Hove are being asked for their views on possibly changing the dates of school terms and inset days to try and make holidays more affordable for families
Primary school children’s survey looks at move up to secondary school
Primary age children in Brighton & Hove are being asked what they think will be important to them when they move up to secondary school.
Wednesday, 27 April 2016
Thursday 5 May is your opportunity
The Police Crime and Commissioner elections are your opportunity to have your say on how best to fight crime and manage our local police force. The Police and Crime Commissioner
Council and police unite to replace Wild Park memorial bench
A vandalised memorial bench for two girls who were murdered in Wild Park, Brighton, is to be replaced in a special one-off joint initiative by Brighton & Hove C
Tuesday, 26 April 2016
Statement on Libraries Plan
The following statement refers to a report on the council’s Libraries Plan, due to go to the policy and resources committee this Thursday, April 28. This includes a proposal to sell the Hove Lib
Brilliant support for your business
Ride the Wave – a new programme of business support announced for 2016
Monday, 25 April 2016
Sign up for garden waste collections
A new garden waste collection scheme is now on offer to Brighton & Hove residents in six areas of the city.
Friday, 22 April 2016
Soaring with the Seagulls
Brighton & Hove City Council will be flying the flag for Brighton and Hove Albion as the team battles for promotion to the Premier League.
Parking Annual Report on national awards shortlist
Brighton & Hove’s Parking Annual Report has been shortlisted for a national parking award for the seventh year in a row.
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