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Thompson Road flats subject to planning application

Thompson Road – residents petition against additional storey for flats

15th Aug

Thompson Road residents are opposing the addition of another storey to flats in the street. The landlord, Hove based Geneva Investment Ltd, have been granted planning permission to add a further 12 flats above 14 – 44 Thompson Road. The application in the spring was opposed by residents and the Highways Authority. Grounds for objection Read more

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Dudeny Lodge flats

Application for phone masts on Dudeney Lodge

31st Jul

A planning application no. BH2021/02378  has been submitted for phone masts on Dudeney Lodge on Upper Hollingdean Road on the edge of Hollingdean. The application is for the installation of 12 antennas, 4 transmission dishes and 6 equipment cabinets on the roof of the building, and the installation of an electrical meter cabinet at ground Read more

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Walk in vaccinations – Hollingdean 12th July 10.30 – 2.30

11th Jul

Walk in vaccinations are available tomorrow morning, Monday 12th July, in Hollingdean. Just turn up at St Richard’s Church Hall, Beal Crescent, BN1 7BU, from 10.30 am to 2.30 pm. Cases of Covid in Brighton have risen steeply – in the seven days up to 4 July (based on data published on 9 July) we Read more

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Candidates for council by election announced

Council by election candidates announced

10th Apr

On May the 6th we will be electing a new councillor to replace Councillor Tracey Hill who said a fond farewell to Hollingdean in our Spring edition of Hollingdean News – as she stepped down to move closer to her parents. Candidates for Hollingdean & Stanmer Emma Louise Duncan (Conservative Party) Leila Erin-Jenkins (Labour Party) Read more

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Have your say on city travel

8th Mar

Brighton and Hove City Council are consulting on proposals designed to support active, inclusive and sustainable travel. They are seeking views from everyone in the city. There are specific proposals for changes located on: Western Road Preston Circus to Patcham Roundabout (A23) Old Shoreham Road (A270) (both new and existing temporary changes) Seafront (A259) (both Read more

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Travel support available if you’re seeking work

15th Jan

If you’re looking for work Brighton and Hove CC can help with cycling or public transport. Support is available to anyone in Hollingdean (as well as along the Lewes Road to Bevendean, Moulsecoomb, Coldean and Falmer).   For example, they can help with a bike for a tenner or bus/train travel to your first month of Read more

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Recycling and rubbish over Christmas & new year

31st Dec

For waste and recycling over  Christmas and new year, remember collection dates shift over the holiday so make sure your waste/recycling is out on the right day.  Collection dates are: Usual day Collected on…  Thursday 24 December Thursday 24 December Friday 25 December Monday 28 December Monday 28 December Tuesday 29 December Tuesday 29 December Read more

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Free collection of old electricals

12th Nov

Brighton & Hove now has a new free service for doorstep collection of unwanted small electrical items.  Residents can book online through an app for doorstep collection of gadgets including laptops, mobiles and small appliances. The service has a target of collecting 10,000 unwanted items and providing at least 500 reused electricals to residents within Read more

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Hertford Nursery Class closure, last chance to have your say

11th Nov

Consultation on closure A final consultation has started on plans to close Hertford Infant and Nursery School’s nursery class at the end of this academic year is now open until Friday 4th December. Brighton and Hove CC say the nursery class now only has seven children attending, and this number is not expected to increase. Read more

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