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Views invited on Electric Vehicle Charging points in Hollingdean

23rd Jul

Two electric vehicle charging points are proposed in Hollingbury Rise – location is shown in the map above.  More electric charging points are being installed as part of the city wide strategy to reduce carbon emissions and improve air quality.  Initially four points were proposed here, however following comments from initial consultation with nearby residents Read more

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Consultation planned for Hollingdean electric vehicle charging

27th Jun

Electric vehicle charging points are being proposed in Hollingdean as part of work towards meeting Brighton and Hove’s commitment to a carbon neutral city. Currently the nearest charging points for Hollingdean residents are on Hollingdean Road and at the Pavilion Retail Park, with several in the Fiveways area. In May residents on Hollingbury Rise were Read more

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site of proposed phone mast at junction of Ditchling Road and Hollingdean Road

Application for phone mast refused

8th Jun

The proposal for a 5G phone mast on the edge of Hollingdean, as outlined in summer Hollingdean News, has been refused by the council. An application was submitted in March to site a mast 20 metres (65ft) high, with equipment cabinet, near the bus stop on the junction of Hollingdean Road and Ditchling Road. The Read more

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Electric vehicle charging points proposed in Hollingdean

28th May

Brighton and Hove City Council are proposing to install a fast charging point for electric cars on Hollingury Rise.  The point would be able to charge up to four vehicles at a time, so four dedicated electric vehicle bays are being proposed. The charging point would be near the junction with Hertford Road, along an Read more

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Warning to Walkers as Hollingbury Golf Course Re-opens

14th May

A warning is issued today to walkers using Hollingbury Golf Course for exercise, by Brighton and Hove City Council, as the course prepares to re-open. During lockdown the open space of the golf course has allowed residents of Hollingdean and Hollingbury to exercise (and beyond) while maintaining social distance. Always a popular area for exercise Read more

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