COP26 is six months away - how you can help
Today marks six months until the UN conference on climate change which will be held in Glasgow, so we thought residents might like some ways to reduce their carbon footprint.
City Plan Part Two submitted to government
Our City Plan, which will guide new development to 2030, has just been submitted to the Secretary of State for approval.
Additional work at Prince Regent Swimming Complex
We’re working hard to carry out extensive repairs to the electrical system at the Prince Regent Swimming Complex, but we will not be able to re-open the pool on 17 May as we had hoped.
Covid is still with us but we can control it
Covid cases in the Brighton & Hove remain relatively stable but there was a small 5% rise in numbers last week. Director of Public Health, Alistair Hill, explains why even a small rise in numbers must be taken seriously.
Latest gender pay gap report published
Our women employees earn, on average, 6% more than men, the latest gender pay gap figures show.
Over half of school-aged children are worried about the environment
A survey of 500, 11 to 16-year-old schoolchildren in Brighton & Hove, has shown that that 55% are very or fairly worried about the environment.
Council meetings return face to face
The first face-to-face decision-making meetings of 2021 will take place this Thursday, 13 May.
Mobile vaccination service expands
The community mobile vaccination ambulance has been joined by a new vaccination bus
A great time to Breeze up to the Downs by bus
With lockdown restrictions easing, spring in full bloom and summer just around the corner, why not explore what Brighton & Hove and the South Downs National Park has to offer by bus?