Proposals for Preston Barracks site
New A group of committee members have been shown details of proposals to upgrade this large site. We'll be discussing this in due course. To see details of the proposal Read more
Proposals from the John Lewis Partnership for their Brighton store
New A group of committee members attended a briefing about plans from the John Lewis Partnership for their store on the site currently occupied by Boots on the corner of North Street and Queens Road. Read more
Our comments on the City Plan Part 2
The council is currently seeking comments on the scoping document for the City Plan Part 2. This follows and adds detail to Part 1 of the Plan, published in March this year, which sets out the strategic policy framework for the Council until 2030. We have commented on 3 topics in the scoping document for the City Plan part 2: Housing, Design and Student Housing. Read our comments here
Two new housing schemes for Hove
We shall be supporting two new proposals for housing and mixed use development in Hove: on Ellen Street and the Texaco Garage site on Kingsway. Read more
Tour to Northumbria now fully booked
Donation to Hove PlinthWe've decided to donate £250 to Hove Civic Society for their innovative scheme to build a plinth for contemporary sculpture on Kings Esplanade opposite the statue of Queen Victoria. The first three works have already been chosen Read more about this scheme here. 70% of funds have been promised alreaady - you can make a donation. Read more
2016/17 lectures and events programme
We have a rich and varied lectures and events programme lined up for the current season. Read more...
Rebuilding the Shelter Hall
The Council is planning to completely rebuild the Shelter Hall and move it slightly nearer to the sea in a plan to shore up and improve the A259 at the junction with West Street. Read more
New plan for Anston House site
Tour to Downing College Cambridge
The Mayor pays compliments at the Garden Party
New vision for Madeira Terraces
The Council has recently announced a new proposal for Madeira Terraces. We welcome the principle of the proposals but await further detail about the replacement of the ironwork and the way the new structure will relate to the sea-front Read more
Hove Library and Museum
The Council has decided not to approve the plan to sell the Hove Library building. We are very pleased to hear this as we were unhappy about former plans to move the library to the Museum building. Read more...
The Royal Pavilion under new management?
Plans to set up a trust to manage the Royal Pavilion and Museums have been abandoned and a new external management body is to be sought. Read more
The Council is planning to build a conference and events centre at Black Rock. This proposal recently received cross party support. We have concerns about it. Read more
Roger Hinton appears on TV
Our Chairman has given an interivew to Latest TV about our views on the Hove Museum, the Waterfront Project and other matters of current concern to us. You can see the programme here
The crisis of architecture
Renowned neo-classical architect Quinlan Terry gave the 2016 Antony Dale lecture on 9th March. Read more ...
Taken a shine to the i360?
It's certainly imposing but it's not, so far, quite what was expected. The publicity images for the i360 show a shining pole, glinting in the sun. The current reality is rather more dull on most days. So we asked the architect why. Here's what he has to say. Read more...
New housing in Rottingdean
The old St Aubyns school playing fields is the site where Lindon Homes has proposed developing into 10 new private houses and a 62 bed care home. We believe that were this to go ahead, it would be a huge missed opportunity to help solve the city's housing needs. Read more...
How to mistreat a fine building
Regeneration of London Road
It's one thing to have a city plan and quite another to get it implemented. Planners don't build house – developers do. Read more...
Meet housing target by filling in the gaps
Making the most of new sites
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