Councillors asked to extend Rottingdean Air Quality monitoring
Councillors are being asked to extend a trial scheme aimed at improving air quality in Rottingdean next week.
Update on new business grants
Taxi drivers and childcare providers can apply for a grant to support their business during the Covid-19 restrictions.
Fly-tipping captures and fines see huge rise in a year, new figures reveal
We're catching more and more fly-tippers with the help of our residents and by using CCTV cameras.
Hopes for a central youth hub to move a step forward
Plans to create a new state-of-the-art multi-million-pound hub for young people in the city centre could move a step closer at the children, young people and skills (CYPS) committee on 8 March.
Celebrating International Women’s Day – supporting the city’s women and girls to get into cyclingTo celebrate International Women’s Day, we're hosting a free urban cycling skills webinar and highlighting work being done to build the confidence of a group of secondary school girls.
Covid cases continue to fall as lockdown easing roadmap approaches
Over 70,000 people in Brighton & Hove have now received their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine and rates of infection in the city continue to fall. Please keep following the rules to help keep rates low.
Sparkle of hope as Christmas market takes shape
As part of the city's gradual move to recovery, proposals for a Christmas market on Valley Gardens will be discussed next week.
Census 2021 is coming
The national census takes place on Sunday 21 March - details of how to take part are landing through letterboxes now. It's important to fill in the census - the information helps inform how billions of pounds of public funding is spent.
Council backs local diversity school book scheme
To coincide with World Book Day on 4 March, we're pleased to announce that we are contributing £1,000 to support a local initiative that will see more books in the city’s schools featuring positive black characters.
Efforts to improve social work services in the city pays off
A redesign of children’s social work services has led to happier families and less children in care.