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Monday, 20 February 2017
Talking about Toad's Hole Valley
From the end of this month, people and organisations from across the city have a chance to have their say on draft planning guidance being prepared for the Toads Hole Valley development site which
Brighton & Hove City Council Competing to be crowned Apprentice Team of the Year 2017
Brighton & Hove City Council has entered the Brathay Apprentice Challenge (#BAC17), the search for the apprentice team of the year.
Friday, 17 February 2017
Celebrating migrants in our city
A day of raising awareness of migrant workers is taking place across the UK. 'One Day Without Us' is celebrating the contribution of migrants on Monday 20 February to coincide with UN World Day of
Temporary closure of Oxford Street car park
Oxford Street car park is closed to the public from Monday 20 February until mid-April to allow work to take place on the neighbouring construction site.
Thursday, 16 February 2017
Tenancy amnesty returns six homes
Six families will be rehomed thanks to a tenancy fraud amnesty for council housing and temporary accommodation in the city.
Wednesday, 15 February 2017
Video on £12m govt funding towards Brighton arena
Recent news of £12m government funding towards a new arena and conference centre at Black Rock in Brighton is welcomed in a new two-minute YouTube video from Brighton & Hove City Council - cli
City leisure centres scoop top accolades in Move GB awards
Staff from two city leisure centres are celebrating after scooping prestigious awards.
Tuesday, 14 February 2017
Work set to start on £53,000 revamp for Brighton park
Work is about to start on improving a popular Brighton park. William Clarke Park is in the Elm Grove area.
Monday, 13 February 2017
Statement on International Women's Day
Cllr Emma Daniel, Committee Chair Neighbourhoods, Communities and Equalities Committee, Brighton & Hove City Council said:
Flytippers caught and issued with fines
CCTV cameras captured six separate incidents of flytipping in one night which has enabled the council to send the offenders fixed penalty notices totalling more than £600.
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