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. Ms. Jeanette Walsh, Head, Planning Control, Brighton and Hove City Council. April 22nd, 2013. Dear Ms.Walsh, RE: BH2012/04048 – The Brunswick Development Amendment to Condition 70 The above application has raised many significant technical planning matters, deficiencies and unanswered questions – and again exposes the highly contentious nature of this development, its legitimacy and […]


The Kemp Town Society is the charitable society formed to conserve the unique Grade 1 listed Kemp Town Estate on Brighton’s eastern seafront, East Sussex The Society membership consists of residents of the Estate and the wider community who share the importance of maintaining or improving the work of preservation of the Estate and upholding […]


The Anston House Scheme for twin towers was refused permission at the meeting of the Planning committee on April 24th The site is owned by Investec – a South African asset management bank – which has now submitted a new application Prior Approval to convert the existing Anston House building to flats. On 30 May […]


Founded in 1960, the object of the Society is to stimulate community interest in the beauty, history and character of Hove and its surroundings The Society encourages high standards of architecture, town planning and conservation, and monitors all new planning applications. Protecting the individuality of Hove within the wider City context is important to us, […]


The Regency Society is the oldest amenity and conservation society in Brighton and Hove and a registered charity. We were founded in 1945 to oppose the proposed demolition of the Regency terraces and squares of the Brighton and Hove seafront. Today, we work with other societies and the council to protect all that is best […]


Brighton Society FOUNDATIONS: THE BRIGHTON SOCIETY was founded in April 1974 by John Morley, then Director of the Royal Pavilion, and Selma Montford They had founded the Preston and Old Patcham Society in 1973, but felt that there was a need for a Society to deal with schemes which affected Brighton & Hove as a […]