Promising start to route out of lockdown
The number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Brighton & Hove continues to fall as lockdown measures ease. It is essential to keep following the safety guidance to stop the virus spreading again.
Anna appointed Assistant Director of Children's Safeguarding & Care Services
After a competitive interview process Anna Gianfrancesco has been appointed as permanent Assistant Director for Children’s Safeguarding & Care.
Apply now for a Restart Business Grant
Businesses can now apply for the government’s Restart Grant using our secure online form.
Leading the way to North Laine
Visitors arriving in the city by train are being encouraged to explore North Laine - thanks to an innovative new Wayfinding Scheme.
City joins new partnership to tackle waste in the circular economy
We're working with organisations in southern England and northern France to increase recycling, reduce waste, create new jobs and encourage lasting behaviour change.
The UK's new Immigration System – free virtual event for businesses
A free online question and answer session covering the UK's new immigration system is being offered to local businesses. The event, on Thursday, April 15, is part of From Brighton With Love, a series of sessions designed to help businesses through the EU transition and give them the confidence to embark on international trade.
Update on Prince Regent Swimming Complex
Unfortunately, due to extensive flooding at the Prince Regent Swimming Complex, it hasn't been possible to reopen from Monday 12 April.
Free and convenient rapid Covid tests now available for everyone
To get back to doing the things we miss, everyone should make regular testing part of your routine. You can collect test packs locally, order them online, or book a test near you.
HRH Prince Philip
Buckingham Palace has announced the death of HRH Prince Philip.
Enjoy outdoor socialising - but be aware of others!
With lockdown restrictions easing and the opportunity for more socialising outside, people are being encouraged to enjoy themselves, but please avoid disturbing neighbours living nearby.