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TALKBOARD : Step Back in Time – A History of the Argus

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When Birmingham’s James Turner Street was built in the 1800s, it attracted the prosperous working classes from all over Britain. Now it’s become the UK’s most controversial road. What went wrong?


A new off-road cycle path and bridleway through the South Downs National Park around Brighton was officially opened today (January 29, 2014).by environment and science minister Lord De Mauley The 2.5km route adjacent to the busy and fast Falmer Road provides a safe and easy off-road route for walkers, cyclists and horse riders. It links […]


THE Keep, a new state-of-the-art, purpose built archive centre is hosting an Open Day on Saturday, February 1 from 11am to 3pm The programme of events will give adults and families the opportunity to find out more about the multi-million pound facility in Moulsecoomb, which houses records from East Sussex Record Office, Royal Pavillion and […]

It’s an eyesore in a square that is little more than a taxi rank, so the Regency Society has welcomed a new planning application to demolish the old ice rink in Queen Square and neighbouring 11 Queen Square, replacing them with a modest building containing 31 flats and office space.


City College is inviting members of the public to attend a public exhibition of its proposals for the refurbishment and replacement of part of City College Brighton & Hove’s Wilson Avenue Campus, to provide a new Construction Centre, College Entrance and Multi-Use Games Area. The existing 1970’s buildings, which were once a failing secondary school, […]


A council-owned building in Preston Road which is currently unused is to be leased to a housing association to provide over 30 homes, 40% of them affordable At a meeting of the Policy & Resources Committee on Thursday, 16 January, councillors decided to dispose of 251-253 Preston Road to Southern Housing Group on a 150 […]

Q: What does Moulsecoomb mean to you? BARONESS JENNY JONES (JJ): I suppose it means a very happy childhood, because although we didn’t have very much money we were more or less the same as every other family around us and very few people had anything extra. It was also a place where it was […]