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Green Councillors News

13th Jun

Town planning post-graduate students from the University of Brighton have produced a ‘master plan’ for the Hollingdean neighbourhood after Green ward councillors invited them to research residents’ views on how to spruce up the area’s streetscape and amenities. (more…)

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The Level – restoration news

22nd Dec

Brighton & Hove is celebrating as the city council’s bid for a £2.2 million Lottery grant to restore The Level has been granted.  The money comes from the Funds’ joint Parks for People scheme.  More information on the council’s website. As part of the overall restoration of The Level, Freestyle Skateparks have been appointed to Read more

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News from local councillors

19th Apr

Local Councillors, Pat Hawkes, Christine Simpson and Jeane Lepper report: We have asked Council transport officers to assess road safety in many parts of Hollingdean following concerns raised by local residents. Highlighted by residents and Councillors in need of investigation are- Pedestrian safety in Hollingbury Place ( The Dip) where re assessment is needed of Read more

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Phone mast update

5th Feb

Message from Councillor Jeane Lepper I thought that you would like to know that yesterday [02/02/11]  the Planning Committee met to discuss the application for the phone mast. I went to put forward the objections and amazingly they decided to go against the officer’s recommendation….and turned it down. It is expected that Vodafone will appeal Read more

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New development proposal for Pioneer House site

24th Jan

New plans have been re submitted by Downland Housing Association, for the development of the Pioneer House site in Burstead Close, Hollingdean. The original proposal was for 34 units with car parking, in two separate apartment buildings. The new plans are for a single 5 storey block consisting of 24 flats, with 24 car parking Read more

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Bail Hostel scrapped

4th Oct

After a period of indecision, the proposed site on Dudley Road has now been scrapped.  The reason behind the decision has not been explained by either the government, the council or the contractor. For more details and comment, see The Argus article on their website.

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