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Application to Redevelop Coachwerks – comments by Feb 11th

5th Feb

A planning application has been submitted for the redevelopment of the site that currently hosts Coachwerks, 19 Hollingdean Terrace.  The application proposes that the existing building is demolished, and replaced with four new dwellings and flexible business space. Four fourteen years the site has been managed as a hub for small local businesses. Coachwerks is Read more

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grove park site

Opportunity to comment on plans for carehome on The Linkway

10th Aug

New plans have been submitted to Brighton and Hove City Council for a three storey care home at Grove Park on The Linkway. The site owner, Hazeldene Project Management, wants to build a three-storey care home with 88 bedrooms at Grove Park, the former William Moon Lodge site. The company already has two existing planning Read more

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The Brighton and Hove Food Partnership Pumpkin Rescue Festival held at The Open Market Vicky Dagnan arrives with a heavy pumpkin Photograph taken by Simon Dack 4th November 2017

Help us Kit out the Kitchen

13th Feb

Posted on February 1, 2018 by Vic Borrill Help us Kit out the Kitchen From getting social to getting sponsored, there are many ways you can join us as we create a Community Kitchen right in the heart of the city. Many of you will know by now that we’re in a frenzy of fundraising Read more

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Solar for Hollingdean

28th Sep

Hollingdean Community Centre is competing in the M&S Energy Fund competition. Winning will enable them to fit solar panels, LED lights and insulation at the centre. This means they could generate renewable energy, cut bills and save £100,000 over 20 years – allowing them to continue to provide important and fun activities that keep people well, Read more

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Eco Open Houses in Brighton & Hove

5th Oct

This year’s Eco Open Houses in Brighton and Hove and surrounding areas will take place on 18-19 October and 25-26 October. The annual event, which sees owners of 19 of the greenest buildings in Sussex opening their doors to the public for free, showcases the latest green technologies, architecture and materials. The event is of interest to homeowners, Read more

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Public art in Hollingdean

23rd Apr

The Bin Sheds facing Thompson Road have been painted with murals. This is the first part of a project to improve the look of The Dip and The Crestway using a variety of art work. In recent surveys carried out in Hollingdean, residents have said they would like Hollingdean to be more visually attractive.  So Read more

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