Industrial dispute update
A further meeting will be taking place tomorrow (Sunday 17 October) at which both parties will once again focus on agreeing a formal resolution proposal...
Cross party statement on the death of Sir David Amess MP
On behalf of Brighton & Hove the leaders of the three political groups on Brighton & Hove City Council send condolences to the family and friends of Sir David Amess MP.
Say ‘I do’ at Brighton Town Hall!
Join Brighton & Hove Register Office for their Ceremonies Open Day on Sunday 31 October from 11am to 2pm at Brighton Town Hall.
Hanover and Tarner residents urged to get involved in liveable neighbourhood project
People living in Hanover and Tarner are being invited to get involved in a project that will help shape the city’s first liveable neighbourhood.
Changing Chalk partnership secures multi-million-pound National Lottery Heritage Fund grant
A £2.23m National Lottery Heritage Fund grant will help restore eastern South Downs rare habitats and lost landscapes, bring history and local cultures to life.
Covid rates continue to fluctuate
After a small drop last week, positive Covid-19 cases have risen again in the last seven days.
Minister impressed with progress at Brighton & Hove’s new Youth Employment Hub
The Minister for Employment visited Brighton & Hove's Youth Employment Hub to see how young people are benefitting from the new facilities.
Corn Exchange restoration reveals its magnificent timber frame
The magnificent original wooden beams in Brighton's 200 year old Grade 1 listed Corn Exchange have been strengthened, repaired and revealed, as part of the Royal Pavilion Estate Renovation Project.
Housing First service helping more people with a history of rough sleeping
A life-changing service providing housing and additional support for people rough sleeping in the city is expanding to help more people.