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Friday, 17 November 2017
International recognition for city council pioneering re-use project
A project which saw 150 tonnes of unwanted office equipment re-used and given a new lease of life has achieved international recognition.
Thursday, 16 November 2017
Brighton hosts UK-China health and social care meeting
Researchers, health commissioners, local government officials and health care providers from China have met counterparts in Brighton and Hove to discuss how health and welfare systems can adapt and
Wednesday, 15 November 2017
Community calls for more businesses to support Madeira Terrace campaign
The crowdfunding campaign to kick-start the restoration of Madeira Terrace has now hit 73% of its target with just 17 days to go.
Night closures in final push to improve busy junction
Night-time road closures will reduce inconvenience as the council finishes improvements to a busy double junction near Brighton’s Elm Grove and The Level park.
Tuesday, 14 November 2017
Shelter for rough sleepers this winter
A council-owned building will be used as a shelter for people sleeping rough in the city this winter. A large room in the centrally located Brighton Centre venue is currently being prepared.
Local authorities close to breaking point says council leader
Cllr Warren Morgan, leader of the council, has called for an end to local government austerity saying local authorities are close to breaking point.
New home and extended opening hours for Hollingbury Library
Hollingbury Library has reopened in its new home at Old Boat Corner Community Centre in Carden Hill.
Monday, 13 November 2017
Council takes action on inconsiderate parking in Stanmer Park
Drivers are being warned they could face hefty fines if they continue to park their cars inconsiderately on the main driveway in Stanmer Park.
Thursday, 9 November 2017
Over 80% in favour of new licensing for private rented housing
Two proposals for new licensing schemes aimed at improving conditions in private rented housing received over 80% public support in consultations carried out over the summer.