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THIS WEEK : Selma Montford: The hope that the £1bn schemes will all disappear


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


LATEST IN DIRECTORY : Preston and Patcham Society launches new web platform

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media release: Brighton and Hove City Council Loving our Level takes place on Saturday 14 June from 10am to 6pm. Organised with The Level Communities Forum, it will be a fun-filled day of free entertainment for all, including live bands and music performances, sports and games, children’s activities, arts and crafts, community stalls, great food and drink, and the […]

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  media release: Brighton and Hove City Council 29 May 2014 Application to the Heritage Lottery Fund We are sorry to announce that the bid to the Heritage Lottery Funding (HLF) for development funds for the Royal Pavilion Estate has not been successful this time.  HLF were unable to fund all the projects for which it received […]

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A bid for £14 million of funding to preserve Brighton’s Royal Pavilion Estate has been rejected. Brighton and Hove City Council, who submitted the bid, was told yesterday the Heritage Lottery Funding (HLF) money had been turned down. Last November, Andrew Comben, chief executive of the Dome and Festival, said parts of the estate could […]

A new board of political, business and education leaders has approved an ambitious multi-million-pound programme of developments to promote economic growth in the regions. The Greater Brighton Investment Programme aims to deliver tens of thousands of jobs and homes. Business editor FINN SCOTT-DELANY looks at the proposals.

Plans for a multi-million pound luxury beach resort in Brighton have collapsed after a developer claimed it was “impossible to advance commercially”. Australian firm Karma Royal Group was chosen as the preferred developer of the former Peter Pan playground site off of Madeira Drive in 2012.

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Heritage Lottery Fund gives support for exciting plans…details of funding awards made, which confirm that Brighton has been missed out Today (28 May 2014), the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has announced earmarked funding worth £72million for six major sites in England Canterbury Cathedral, Mother Church of the Anglican Communion and a World Heritage Site Nottingham […]

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Anston House plans updated : The council have informed us that the planning application for converting Anston House into flats has been updated. It looks like this update was made in the light of comments made by local residents and Dyke Road Drive Residents Association regarding the overlooking and loss of privacy caused by the […]

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