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Air Quality – have your say

24th Jun

Brighton and Hove City Council’s Air Quality Action Plan consultation is open until 10th July, and comments are invited from individual members of the public and groups. This follows recent consultation on the City Council’s developing Local Transport Plan and Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan.  The draft plan covers five priorities: Increasing active travel Read more

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Hollingdean play area upgrade – have your say by May 27th

26th Apr

Brighton and Hove City Council are seeking views to help identify potential improvements to Hollingdean play park. The area is one of 7 playground refrubishments planned by Brighton and Hove City Council by March 2023, and BHCC are seeking views to help identify potential improvements,  and the equipment Hollingdean residents would like in the park. Read more

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Hollingdean parking consultation letter

Hollingdean Parking consultation open until May 6th

1st Apr

  A long awaited initial consultation on a parking scheme for  Hollingdean is opened today, April 1st, by Brighton and Hove City Council (BHCC). The consultation follows on from many residents raising concerns about parking congestion in the area. In 2019 petitions both for and against parking management were presented to BHCC by Hollingdean residents. Read more

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Double Yellow for Davey Drive?

22nd Feb

  A consultation was published on Friday asking for views as to whether double yellow lines should be put in place on Davey Drive. This follows months of concern by Hollingdean residents about cars parked along the road and on corners, obscuring vision and narrowing the road. There have been reports of near miss accidents, Read more

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Views sought on potential council ward changes

2nd Feb

Brighton and Hove City Council are consulting on new ward boundaries for the city. For the Hollingdean area, the new ward proposed covers Hollingbury fort in the north, the railway line to the west, Hollingdean Lane/Stanford Avenue to the South and Beaconsfield Villas/Surrenden Road to the West. The proposed ward would be Fiveways. This would Read more

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Violence against women and girls – consultation

23rd Jan

Brighton & Hove City Council is seeking views/experiences of Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) in Brighton & Hove. They are inviting responses to a survey which will inform the development of the city’s forthcoming Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) Strategy.  The council want to hear views and experiences to inform understanding of how Read more

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