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Neighbourhoods : Regency Square Area Society


The Regency Square Area Society was formed in 1979 as a local society in order to pursue matters of community interest to those living and working in the Regency Square area – a small patch of the Brighton city centre bounded on the south by Kings Road, on the west by Little Preston Street, on the north by Western Road and on the east by Cannon Place.

Full membership is open to anyone who lives or runs a business in the society’s area. Others can join as associate members.

The society is run by a committee which is elected each year at an AGM. For more information, or to join our society and receive our monthly newsletter direct to your inbox, please visit our website.
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Working with the Council
RSAS has been working with the Council to consider options for regeneration of the garden in Regency Square using the reserved ticket sale revenues from the British Airways i360. As the next stage of this project the Council has asked RSAS to consult with local residents and businesses to draw up proposals for how this money should be spent.

Regency Square Gardens Regeneration

A preview of possible plans for Regency Square
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IMAGE CREDITS: Regency Square Area Society

 

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Regency Square Area Society
Formation
Working with the Council
Regency Square Gardens Regeneration

The Regency Square Area Society was formed in 1979

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