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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 of its Grade 1 listing status as one of the leading residential Regency conservation areas in the UK as designated under section 227 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1971.

Its future goal is to entrench the Estate and the Enclosures, the 6 acres of gardens around which the Estate are planned, as a nationally important architectural Heritage site.