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Veolia Fire Public meeting Feb 26th

25th Feb

Following the fire at the Veolia waste transfer station in Hollingdean last August, a public meeting is being held. The meeting will take place at Downs Infant School, Rugby Road, BN1 6ED between 6pm and 8pm on Wednesday 26 February. Representatives and experts from Cityclean, the fire service, Public Health England, the Environment Agency, local councillors Read more

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Parking in Hollingdean – update

12th Apr

Three petitions set up by residents concerned with parking in Hollingdean were presented to BHCC Environment, Transport and Sustainability committee meeting on March 19th. Our councillor Tracey Hill has reported back on the meeting. As the petitions were all on the same subject, the chair gave a response which covered all three: “Thank you for Read more

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Another Hollingdean Parking Petition

11th Mar

A petition requesting a consultation on permit parking for Stanmer Park Road has been launched. This follows on from petitions currently ongoing for and against parking permits, focussed on Hollingdean Terrace, Dudley and Roedale Road. It states that Stanmer Park Road was severely impacted by the introduction of Zone J, Zone F, Fiveways and Zone G, Read more

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Lynchet Close Parking Consultation – deadline 8th Feb

20th Jan

Brighton and Hove CC are consulting on whether double yellow lines put in place on Lynchet Close during building work – should become permanent.  The lines are outside the Children’s Centre, and newly built Salehurst Close. They were originally put in place to enable the building of Salehurst Close. A plan of where the double Read more

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Your views sought on travel round the Old Steine

20th Nov

Whether you walk, bus, cycle or drive  through the Old Steine area, Brighton and Hove City Council are seeking views on how transport routes can be improved. The council are looking make the Valley Gardens safer, cleaner and more attractive by  improving transport and travel, improving air quality, and creating new public spaces. You might Read more

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