General News

Council agrees to ‘Green’ revamp of Madeira Terraces

Besi Besemar July 28, 2019

Greens secure council backing for a plan to restore three Madeira Terrace arches using sustainable building materials. Clare Rainey the Green Councillor for Queens Park ward, had raised concerns that the keenly-awaited restoration of the Terraces could be further delayed if councillors did not use money available now to repair some arches.

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Community News

Norman Cook pledges support to Madeira Terrace crowdfunding campaign

Besi Besemar November 1, 2017

This morning celebrity superstar DJ Norman Cook aka Fat Boy Slim gave his backing to the city’s crowdfunding campaign to save Madeira Terrace. The crowdfunding campaign set up by the council has a target of £430k to reach before 30 November 30.

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General News

Government refuse grant to help regenerate Madera Terraces

Besi Besemar April 3, 2017

Plans to regenerate Madeira Terraces suffer setback after government refuse grant of £4 million to seed fund the project. Council leader Warren Morgan has written today to the Tory MP for Brighton Kemptown, Simon Kirby expressing his anger at the decision and saying the government had let the city down badly.

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General News

Council receives government grant for Madeira Terraces

Sarah Green December 11, 2015

Plans to secure the long-term future of Brighton & Hove’s Madeira Terraces have moved a step closer with the announcement that the city council has received £50,000 from the government’s Coastal Revival Fund to help secure the long-term future of Madeira Terraces on Brighton & Hove Seafront.

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Seafront scrutiny receives national recognition

Gary Hart June 17, 2015

Brighton & Hove’s scrutiny into the seafront has been highly commended by the Centre for Public Scrutiny (CPS). The CPS is the national charity responsible for improving the practice of scrutiny and accountability in public services. The wide-ranging seafront scrutiny, was carried out last year by a cross-party panel of councillors and one independent member and looked at how best to maintain Brighton & Hove’s seafront infrastructure.

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