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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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Proposed improvements for walking and cycling – consultation

24th Oct

Brighton and Hove City Council are now consulting on a draft Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP). This sets out strategic plans for improving the walking and cycling environment in the city. In the plan Hollingdean is one of the top ten priority areas for proposed improvement – with Hollingdean Road listed as an area for Read more

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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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Caroline Lucas asks musicians and music lovers to share views

29th Jan

Missing going out this weekend? Our MP Caroline Lucas is encouraging all Brighton residents who enjoy music and pubs – and those employed in the entertainment sector –  to share their views with the Government what nightlife means to them. You can let the Government know why live music, bars and pubs are important to Read more

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Hertford Nursery School – last chance to comment on closure plan

13th Oct

The governing body of Hertford Infant and Nursery School has asked BHCC to consider the future of the school’s nursery class. The number of children in the nursery class has been falling, causing significant pressure on the school’s overall budget. Consultation on the proposal to close Hertford Schools nursery class from 31st August 2021 closes Read more

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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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