menu
General News

Labour hold on to control of City Council

James Ledward May 4, 2019

A surge in support across the city saw the Greens take votes from both Labour and Conservatives as they came close to taking back control of the City Council to become the official opposition.

Read More
Community News

#WeStandTogether – hundreds attend One Voice Vigil

James Ledward March 21, 2019

Following the incidents at the Al Noor Mosque and Linwood Islamic Centre in New Zealand, the city’s ‘One Voice Partnership’ organised a vigil this evening (March 21) outside Hove Town Hall.

Read More
In The South

Government announce £2.3 billion Housing Infrastructure Fund

James Ledward July 9, 2017

The Government has invited councils to bid for a slice of the £2.3 billion Housing Infrastructure Fund which will be available to help build new schools, healthcare centres and digital infrastructure to accommodate growing communities and alleviate pressure on local public services that all communities rely on.

Read More
General News

Tory Leader says Brighton & Hove City Council borders on “being dysfunctional”

James Ledward July 3, 2017

Labour Councillors on Brighton & Hove City Council’s Licensing Committee used their votes last week to reject the Conservatives’ call for a wholesale review of the Council’s street trading policy. In response to concerns raised by local businesses, the Conservatives had previously tabled a request asking that the zones where street traders could operate be reviewed.

Read More
General News

Conservatives appoint three new City ‘Champions’

James Ledward June 26, 2017

Cllr Tony Janio, the new Conservative Group Leader on Brighton & Hove City Council, has appointed three new ‘Champion’ roles to hold the Labour Administration to account. Cllr. Mary Mears will be the Group’s new Business Champion, Cllr. Nick Lewry will be the Group’s new Cycling Champion and Cllr. Andrew Wealls will be the Group’s new Community & Voluntary Sector Champion.

Read More
In The South

Manchester terrorist attack – A joint statement from political leaders in Brighton & Hove

James Ledward May 23, 2017

The leaders of the three political groups on Brighton & Hove City Council have released a collective statement about the terrorist attack in Manchester last night.

Read More
X