Successful funding bid will mean Safer Streets in Brighton & Hove
Streetlighting in the Old Steine area of the city is to be improved thanks to a successful funding bid to a fund designed to make our streets safer.
Day and night removal of city's waste
All our crews are out daily to remove the piles of waste that has accumulated during the strike, but they're also working through the night.
Have your say on local Flood Risk Management Plans
People in Brighton & Hove are being given the chance to have their say on plans which will look to manage the risk of flooding in the city.
Get your vaccines as soon as you can
Cases have risen in the city and across England. Vaccines remain our best defence against the virus so it's important to get yours as soon as you can.
Cycling project supporting city refuge nominated for top award
A project which saw more than 150 unused bikes and scooters donated to a city refuge to reconnect women and children with the joy of cycling has been nominated for a top award.
Secondary school admissions – don’t miss the deadline!
Applications for the city’s secondary schools for next September must be submitted by the end of Sunday 31 October.
£3,000 incentive to employ an apprentice has been extended to January 2022
Anyone over 16 can start an apprenticeship. They’re open to people starting or changing their career or who wish to upskill in a current job.
Black History Month community events
A number of community events are being held in the city celebrating Black History Month over the next few weeks...
Update on Cityclean industrial dispute
Councillors set to agree formal resolution proposal aimed at resolving dispute and ending industrial action.
Working together to tackle modern slavery
To mark Anti-Slavery Day on Monday 18 October, we look at the work of the Sussex Anti-Slavery Network to eradicate modern slavery and exploitation across the county.