Historical overview of Brighton and Hove's heritage
Read about Brighton and Hove’s built heritage in the Regency and Victorian periods and the twentieth century.
An important building at serious risk
Nick Tyson explains why we should all be worried about more damage to Marlborough House, the most important historic building in Brighton after the Royal Pavilion
Learning from our past
Can we learn from our history to inform our future? David Robson considers models from the past which might help when we think about the housing crisis today.
Some less well known sites of historic interest in Brighton and Hove
Constable’s Brighton home
St Stephens in Montpelier Place: two tales of a building with a chequered history including a move, brick by brick, across Brighton
The Hanover Chapel and burial ground
Lesson in designing war memorials: a tale of two in Hove and Lewes
Meet Brighton’s most prolific house builder
The Segal method: a lesson in sustainable communities
Our Regency Society Heritage
Links to other amenity and civic societies and sources of information about our built heritage