‘Business as usual’ in Brighton & Hove
Council leader Nancy Platts has thanked all the health agencies and council staff for the response to Coronavirus and assured residents and visitors to the city that Brighton & Hove is very much open for business.
Half-term helpline for worried parents
Support is available if you're worried about your child's mental health and wellbeing during half-term.
Preparing for Storm Dennis
Gale-force winds and heavy rain are set to batter the south coast this weekend. Find out how the storm is likely to affect our area and what we are doing to prepare.
Gloucester Place bus lane move
From Monday 17 February, the southbound bus lane in Gloucester Place is being redirected as part of work to complete the Valley Gardens development.
A positive step forward for Cityclean
Trade union GMB has notified the council that it is officially withdrawing from industrial action processes in relation to a dispute at the council’s waste and recycling depot.
Valley Gardens 3 funding agreement signed
The funding agreement for phase 3 of the Valley Gardens project has now been signed. The scheme will bring major environmental improvements to the city centre area.
Advice to schools in the city on Coronavirus (COVID-19)
All schools are currently remaining open in Brighton & Hove
Repairs to King Alfred doors
The main doors at the King Alfred leisure Centre in Hove will be repaired on Friday February 14th.
Brighton General health hub
Find out more about the Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust project to redevelop the Brighton General Hospital site and create a new community health hub.
Conservative Group statement
Councillor Steve Bell, leader of the Conservative Group, has commented on reports about coronavirus in local media today.