Annual council budget

Budget agreed for 2019/20

The Brighton & Hove City Council budget for 2019/20 was set at Budget Council on Thursday 28 February. The budget includes an increase of the council’s element of council tax of 2.99%
England player Kirby jumps to head the ball

UEFA European Women's Championship boost for the city

Brighton & Hove Albion Women’s team manager and former England manager Hope Powell explains how women’s football is developing both nationally and locally, how the Albion is investing in the women’s game and why the stadium and wider city is the perfect location for the UEFA European Women's Championship.
Industrial House in the Conway Street Industrial Area

Comment on the Conway Street Industrial Area masterplan

Have your say on the future of Conway Street Industrial Area - a mixture of buildings and roads close to Hove Station. It is identified in our City Plan for new housing and employment space. Your comments will contribute to a ‘masterplan’ to help guide future development.
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Proposals for Budget Council 2019/20

The council’s biggest annual financial decision will be made later this month when councillors meet to debate the council budget for the financial year ahead. 

Changes to political groups at the council

Councillor Anne Meadows announced that she is leaving the Labour Group and joining the Conservative Group. Councillor Warren Morgan also announced he is leaving the Labour Group.
Portslade Old Manor House

Heritage Lottery funding for Portslade Old Manor House

Members of Fresh Start Portslade, working in partnership with the council, have won Heritage Lottery funding to preserve the remains of one of the oldest manor houses in the country and bring its fascinating story to life.