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CITY planners should build towards the sky to solve the housing shortfall, a leading architect has claimed. Between 18,000 and 24,000 new homes are needed in Brighton and Hove – not including student residences, care homes or traveller sites. Building sky-rise blocks could help to meet an estimated 5,000 and 11,000-home shortfall, says Paul Zara […]


Did you know just 12% of Brighton and Hove residents were over 65? And 83% of the city’s residents were born in the UK. These facts have been used to create the Coastal Communities report from the 2011 Census. The data is being used to examine a number of issues often associated with coastal communities on topics such as […]


Building the Brighton i360 media release, 30 October 2014 We are offering an exciting opportunity for an experienced Sales Manager to join our team. The ideal candidate will be have the proven capability to develop commercial partnerships for our brand new venue opening in 2016, using proven sales skills and a real passion for the […]


social media release 29 October 2014 Save Our Hippodrome Campaign It’s up to all of us now, – we need to act quickly. RALLY 2pm SAT 8th NOV Max Miller statue, New Rd. Join us and help to SAVE OUR HIPPODROME


Are you a Living Wage employer? Brighton Business the Business Forum and the Economic Partnership in Brighton & Hove News 23 October 2014 Over 130 businesses, charities, social enterprises and public sector organisations have now signed up to the Brighton & Hove Living Wage Campaign. It is Living Wage Week 2 – 8 November and […]


TRAVELLERS remain at a seafront car park – two weeks after moving in. The caravans are parked on land at Black Rock in Madeira Drive, Brighton. Anthony Hyde, who lives near to the site, said: “It’s a disgrace that nothing ever seems to be done about this ongoing problem.”


SUSSEX parents are spending £136 million a year on basic school costs. A report from The Children’s Society claims 97,417 families are struggling to keep up with the financial demands of education in the county. Parents in Brighton and Hove spend £20,951,573 a year with their counterparts in East Sussex spending £43,412,498.