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Tuesday, 9 January 2018
New Year resolutions – they’re not a load of old rubbish
City residents and tourists are being asked to make a New Year resolution to help keep our streets clean by putting litter in a bin.
Delays warning while busy Hove junction is improved
Drivers are warned to expect delays as the city council undertakes 12 weeks of essential safety works to a busy junction on Hove’s Old Shoreham Road, from 15 January.
Friday, 5 January 2018
Warning of suspected enforcement agent scam
Our Council Tax team has had reports of people claiming to be council enforcement agents from the county court calling residents asking them to make an immediate payments to a bank account they pr
Help to quit smoking
Made a New Year resolution to give up smoking? There’s lots of support available to help you succeed.
Thursday, 4 January 2018
Property developers might have to disclose finances where affordable housing targets are missed
Property developers could be made to publicly disclose detailed financial information in cases where they say they cannot meet affordable housing targets set out in Brighton & Hove’s City Plan
Council set to freeze library charges
City councillors are set to vote in favour of freezing library charges for next year.
Beach hut price increases could mean higher fees
Plans to raise the transfer and licence fees on the city’s 459 beach huts on Hove seafront are to be considered by councillors.
Wednesday, 3 January 2018
Council lists 180 brownfield sites with homes potential
About 180 brownfield sites have been identified as having potential to provide space for many of the homes Brighton & Hove needs in future.
Friday, 22 December 2017
A year in review 2017
It's been an exciting and interesting year. We have created a video looking back at some of the council's highlights and achievements in 2017.
Thursday, 21 December 2017
Madeira Terrace restoration - frequently asked questions
The Madeira Terrace crowdfunding campaign proved to be an amazing success and was the first, crucial step in saving this valued and much loved part of our local heritage.