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Thursday, 8 February 2018
Land south of Ovingdean Road - Planning Committee decision
Brighton & Hove’s Planning Committee has decided not to defend its decision to refuse a planning application for 45 homes on land south of Ovingdean Road after considering legal advice.
World Cup 2018 – coming to a cinema near you
This summer’s month long beach cinema event will include key matches from the 2018 World Cup, the city council announced today.
Muddy paws need to be cleaned, dog owners told
Dog owners are being advised to give their four-legged friends' paws a thorough wash after they’ve being out and about in muddy conditions.
Wednesday, 7 February 2018
Cycle training and maintenance courses now available
Have you thought about taking up cycling but don’t feel confident enough? Want to feel more confident cycling on busy roads, negotiating junctions and communicating with other road users?
Friday, 2 February 2018
Extra money needed to preserve seafront road
Councillors are to discuss investing extra money in the scheme to save Brighton’s seafront road and to
Thursday, 1 February 2018
Council and Crest Nicholson win £15m government funding to kickstart King Alfred project
Brighton & Hove’s King Alfred redevelopment has won £15.2m from the government’s Housing Infrastructure Fund – the second highest in the country among over 130 grants announced today (Feb 1 20
Make Change Count 2018 – helping rough sleepers in Brighton & Hove
The number of people sleeping rough and experiencing homelessness in our city has been rising, reflecting a troubling national trend.
Wednesday, 31 January 2018
Tuesday, 30 January 2018
New homes to help people living with dementia
A new council housing scheme in central Brighton will help people with dementia carry on living independently.
City Council helps launch LGBTQ anti-smoking campaign
The city council and its partners have launched a campaign to encourage LGBTQ people to stop smoking.