The Conservative Group's Finance Spokesperson Cllr Joe Miller will be leading the Conservative response to the Green Administration's 2021-2 Budget for Brighton and Hove City Council and welcomes your input via the survey below.
Conservatives secure more money for priorities than other parties in a win for the community
Outcome a result of hard work and clear vision for the city
Measures will mean work can start immediately restoring heritage, turbocharging tourism and improving the state of the City
Latest TV News Editor, Mark Walker, speaks to the Conservative Councillor for the Wish Ward on Brighton and Hove City Council, Robert Nemeth, about the forthcoming budget on Brighton and Hove City Council.
Greens lodge request for additional allowances ahead of City Budget
Request breaks Greens’ promise that Co-Chairs arrangement would not cost city taxpayers any more
Move comes as Greens are planning to hike Council Tax; Parking permits in Thursday’s City Budget
Disability beach access ramp plan for the City’s east
Proposal to kick-start the process for new beach huts for the eastern seafront
Plans to be funded by redirecting funding away from Greens’ Low Traffic Neighbourhood pil
Conservative amendment will more than halve debt Brighton & Hove Schools were handed after Labour council error, saving schools £778,000
Further proposals to stop Council cuts to the Adoption Allowance and the Standards and Achievements programme for schools.
The Conservatives have announced that they will stand up for residents living in the City Centre of Brighton & Hove who are facing a 33% parking permit hike from the Greens at the City Budget meeting on Thursday night.
More bins; verge cuttings; and de-weeding of pavements on Conservative agenda for next week’s City Budget
Additional measures include replacement road name signage, fixing potholes and new CCTV cameras to tackle fly tipping.