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2015

Hove Town Hall spot listing rejected. Read more...

Garden squares lend inspiration. Read more...

The banking crisis. Read more...

What next for the West Pier? Read more...

Buildings still at risk Read more...

Another quality building for Brighton College. Read more...

Farewell to the Astoria. Read more...

Draft conservation strategy for the city Read more

Modest replacement for Queen Square ice rink Read more

Market pressure in Circus Street Read more

Sustainability, conservation and City College Read more

Disappointing brief for Edward Street Quarter Read more

£15 million scheme for Lanes Read more 

Making (local) lists Read more

Ideas to improve our seafront Read more

The difficult decision to support to plans to convert the Hippodrome into a restaurant and cinema complex. Read more...

The council's plans for Valley Gardens betray a lack of vision. Read more...

The first planning application in a £35 million upgrade of the Pavilion Estate has been lodged. Read more...

Why the White Lodge on the Cliff should be on the Local List. Read more...

A proposal to build a private members club on the Aquarium Terraces would block curcial sea views. Read more...

The kiosk on the seafront to the south of the King’s Road junction with West Street and the Western Pavilion are part of our heritage – and endangered. Read more...

Are we ripe for World Heritage status? Read more...

The draft City Plan is still not approved – and it may never be, unless councillors agree a way of meeting the government inspector's request for additional housing in the urban fringe. Read more...

2014

Chapel Royal restaurant plan rejected. Read more...

Boxed in by broadband proposals. Read more...

Buildings at Risk 2013. Read more...

Secrets of the Queen's Road burial ground. Read more...

Making waves with architecture at Port Zed. Read more...

No planning permisson required – the extension of permitted development rights. Read more...

A Castle that fell to a King: the history of a lost Brighton landmark. Read more...

2013

Hippodrome tops theatres at risk register. Read more...

Challenging plans for Circus Stree. Read more...

Our draft submission on the City Plan. Read more...

The 19th and early 20th centuries provide models for future development, argues David Robson. Read more...

Ten miles of history – the building of The Keep. Read more...

Another Regency Society event? You told us the REGENCY SOCIETY WEEKEND was great fun, you learned a lot – and you and want us to stage another major event. We'd love to hear your ideas.Read more...

A £55 million expansion plan for Brighton College includes a tower over the front entrance, a £6 million boarding house and a new dining hall, music and drama buildings. Read more...

New ideas for Old Town – the former Hannington's goods yard could become a new lane in the Old Town, while Brighton Square is set for a revamp, if proposals from two developers are agreed. Read more...

Regeneration for City College – ambitious plans include the demolition of the Pelham Tower and the creation of new public spaces. Read more...

Major changes to the lay-out of Brighton station and a restoration of the historic main building are key features of proposals lodged with Brighton& Hove Council by Southern  Railway. Read more..

The REGENCY SOCIETY WEEKEND celebrated the period from which it takes its name with a weekend conference that covered everything from the cult of sea bathing to health, via sanitation, town planning, food, art and music. Read more...

Proposed legislative changes could see advice from council conservation staff replaced by the views of agents employed by applicants. Read more...

Replacement proposed for "the ugliest building in Sussex" – 13-storey Anston House on Preston Road. Read more...

2012

How the Sassoon Mausoleum became Brighton Ballrooms Read more...

Controversial PortZED development turned down Read more...

Buildings at risk Read more...

Royal Sussex Country Hospital redevelopment to go ahead Read more...

Our Brighton Festival debut – The cult of the ruin Read more...

Blue plaque for Charles Dickens Read more...

Policy options for the city Read more...

Localism and planning: an outline Read more...

Brighton Belle – or are we bland? Read more...

Pepperpot goes back to the future Read more...

Remedial dentistry in Palmeira Square Read more...

In an English seaside garden Read more

Third application for Sackville Hotel site rejected Read more...

Council takes back Saltdean Lido Read more...

i360 plan revived Read more...

New study on future of King Alfred Read more...

Winning idea for green space Read more...

Objection to boutique hotel plan for Queen Square Read more...

Dome signage modified after objections Read more...

Free National Trust and English Heritage day passes Read more...

2011

Brighton Wheel morphs and opens Read more...

Saltdean Lido on English Heritage At Risk list Read more...

Save our architectural features Read more...

First Base renovation is first class Read more...

Plans for new academic quarter Read more...

Buildings you love – and hate Read more...

Estate agents fined for boards in conservation areas Read more...

Open Market redevelopment Read more...

Saltdean Lido Read more...

Yvonne Chevallier Dale, 1914-2010. Read more...

 

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