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Wednesday, 20 September 2017
1000-pupil school and new A&E dept get planning 'yes'
A new secondary school for 1000 pupils is among a number of major planning applications approved recently by Brighton & Hove City Council’s planning committee.
Permission for almost 200 homes on city’s fringe
Permission has been granted for almost 200 homes on sites on the fringe of Brighton & Hove.
Circus Street welcomes first apprentice
Wannabe electrician, 16-year-old Toby McCauley from Patcham, was welcomed on site for his first full day as apprentice on the U+I Circus Street construction project in central Brighton this week.
North Street road works
Southern Water has started essential work on North Street, Brighton.
Monday, 18 September 2017
Proposal to buy back former council homes
A proposal for a trial scheme to enable Brighton & Hove City Council to buy back former council homes is to be considered by councillors.
All aboard for neighbourhood events in Whitehawk and Hangleton & Knoll
Two events focussing on neighbourhood public services and community engagement are being held on Wednesday 20 September.
Thursday, 14 September 2017
Support for development of biggest greenfield site
People have broadly welcomed the principle of using Brighton & Hove’s largest greenfield development site to provide over 700 homes, employment space and potentially a new secondary school.
Action to tackle anti-social behaviour
Closure orders have been made on two properties in Brighton as part of a crackdown on anti-social behaviour.
Wednesday, 13 September 2017
Investment agreed for supported bus services
Nineteen bus routes will continue to be supported thanks to £150,000 additional investment by Brighton & Hove City Council.
Cyclists and drivers warned over car-dooring threat
Parking your car? Look out for cyclists before you open the door.
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