With just a few weeks to go before Platinum Jubilee celebrations are held across the country, there are growing signs that Brighton and Hove City Council has failed to prepare properly for our City to participate in the festivities, and that local people will miss out.
The much-loved Undercliff Walk needs an upgrade, and the Conservatives at Brighton & Hove City Council are putting forward a local plan to improve the facilities and infrastructure along the route and boost its status.
Saltdean is benefiting from major investment with big projects underway and more on the horizon, made possible through the positive work of our Conservative team of Councillors at Brighton & Hove City Council.
It is often forgotten that Brighton and Hove City Council’s boundaries do not stop where the built up urban area ends: The local authority’s boundaries in fact extend many more miles deep into the South Downs National Park, with the Council’s rural estate consisting of approximately 12,800 acres
Residents at one of Brighton and Hove’s most unique and historic buildings - Marine Gate - are speaking out with concerns that they are not being listened to or properly consulted about a major proposed development at the neighbouring disused gasworks site.
The Council’s £16 million Black Rock rejuvenation project needs urgent attention to get it back on track after its budget blew out by £3.9 million and councillors, community groups and residents expressed growing concerns about the progress and vision of the project.