Latest news from Brighton & Hove City Council



Children's tennis session at i360

Tennis for fun, not just for Wimbledon

Tennis for Kids, the Lawn Tennis Association’s (LTA's) biggest grassroots participation programme is taking place across Brighton & Hove this summer. Aimed at giving 4-11 year-olds an introduction to the sport, the programme runs across six weekly sessions.
Volk's Railway visitor centre and station

Sussex Heritage Award for restored Volk’s Railway

Judges from the Sussex Heritage Trust said the design, which includes exterior rubber cladding on the new ticket hall and cafe, was an unusual and clever use of materials and the buildings had enhanced the eastern end of Brighton seafront.

Roadworks update - July 2019

Over the next few months, there are a high number of roadworks taking place across the city, which could lead to traffic disruption and delays in hot spot areas. Anyone travelling through the city is encouraged to use for the latest traffic and travel updates.
Disability Pride

Celebrating Disability Pride 2019

Come along to Hove Lawns on Sunday 14 July to celebrate the city's third Disability Pride. Celebrations begin with a short parade at 11.30am from the British Airways i360 to the Peace Statue and continue with live music, speakers, performances and more until 6pm.
Artist impression of the Homes for Brighton & Hove proposals in Coldean

More than 200 affordable homes approved in Coldean

Planning approval has been agreed for 242 low cost homes on land to the east of Coldean Lane - the first development by the Homes for Brighton & Hove partnership between the council and the Hyde Group.