If you’re aged 60 and over and live in Brighton & Hove, we’d like to hear your plans about the type of home you’d like to live in. Tell us what matters to you to help us plan the housing we need for older people in the city in by completing our housing for older Read more
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Work has started on eight new homes in Lynchet Close, Hollingdean – the latest in a series of new council housing developments across Brighton & Hove. Six large four-bedroom family homes are to be built on the site, plus two flats each with two bedrooms. The development will also bring benefits for the surrounding community, with Read more
From Brighton & Hove City Council (Housing) The city has a growing private rented sector providing an important source of accommodation in the city. It can provide people with flexible, accessible and good quality homes. However, management and maintenance of the city’s private rented homes is inconsistent. Consultation on the two schemes is taking place Read more
The Hollingdean Residents Association Needs YOU! 11 October 2016 St Richards Hall, Beal Crescent, 6pm The committee has worked hard over the past year and made some real improvements to the area, for example… A new bin stand at Tavistock Downs to discourage fly tipping A paved pathway leading to Merevale Repairs carried out to Read more
You can advertise your property at the event by printing off and filling in the card below. Click on the image below to download (PDF).
All social housing tenants are welcome. For more information, please contact Hyde Housing using the details on the poster below.
The next mutual exchange event (now called Swap Shops) is being held at Portslade Town Hall on Wednesday 25 Feb 2015. There will be guests from Adur District Council and Hyde Housing at the event, together with staff from Brighton & Hove City Council. There will also be promotional material from HomeSwapper. All social housing tenants are Read more
Fraudsters are sending out scam emails and Facebook messages that claim the “bedroom tax” has been abolished, Trading Standards is warning. The spare room subsidy “Bedroom tax”, was introduced by the government in April 2013 to allow people to only claim Housing Benefit for the number of bedrooms their household needs. The emails and Facebook Read more