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Brighton
Wednesday, March 3, 2021
If you’re reading this, it’s likely you’ve been thinking of starting your own food service for a while. With the roadmap in place and restrictions slowly being lifted, this year could finally be your moment to turn your idea into a reality. You have to be passionate about the...
The Green-led council in Brighton and Hove has put forward plans to commit to investing more than £27 million into climate action in the city to help improve the lives of residents and tackle climate change. In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic and despite swingeing government cuts, which...
  If you live in Brighton, you know all about why you love and stay in the area but for the outsiders moving into the city there is a whole other set of reason why it is just so popular.   The main attraction has and always will be the arts and...
Brighton and Hove’s City Council has approved the ruling Green councillors’ budget for 2021-22 yesterday evening (Thursday 25th February 2021).  Brighton and Hove’s Green Council has approved its budget for 2021-22, featuring more than £27m investment into climate action, as well as new investments in equalities work, housing and homelessness and...
  With the picturesque seaside location, quirky nature, unique entertainment offering and its one-hour transport links to London, Brighton has become one of the best places to live in Britain.   In fact, as a result of this especially in a pandemic where people are desperately seeking to leave the big city...
With Boris Johnson being under constant and intense scrutiny as every day passes in a lockdown now soon to lift, attention is constantly being placed on who may be able to do a better job in the future.   Since his election following Jeremy Corbyn’s loss and resignation, Sir Kier Starmer...
The months' long crusade supported by Brighton Pavilion MP Caroline Lucas took a massive step forward as the High Court ruled that the contracts around the supply of PPE and other Covid supplies were awarded unlawfully.   In a statement on the Good Law Project’s website, it declared that “The High...
The row over Brighton’s homeless population has continued as the city continues to relocate over 100 people to nearby Eastbourne.   This situation began last year, when it was discovered by Eastbourne council that these people had been placed in seafront and town centre hotel accommodation without ever being informed.   Brighton and...
The impact of lockdown restrictions on the lives of Brighton homeowners has made more than two thirds (70%) of people living in the city claim they want to move to a new home, according to the latest data released this week by Zoopla, the UK’s most comprehensive property destination.  The data,...
UK prime minister Boris Johnson has announced the steps his government will take to end England’s lockdown over the coming months. Lifting restrictions will be split into four stages, with a minimum of five weeks between each to observe the effects of easing restrictions. Criteria – concerning vaccine rollout and...