Articles in Features
Signs that compromise might be reached that would allow development to go ahead on old Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital site in Dyke Road
Tony Davenport takes a look at local conservation ‘philanthropist’ Roger Amerena, and how things might not be what they seem
After having their planning application for the Old Market rejected Trustees have launched a petition to request money from the local council. Tony Davenport discovers that things are not quite as they seem.
Valerie Paynter considers how the city’s conservation groups were undone by one planning application
Fresh local produce delivered directly to your door? It sounds to good to be true, but in every sense, Crumbs of Sussex delivers the goods
Brighton and Hove City Council claim to be making a concerted effort to consult local residents on the future of the Royal Alex site. But are they?
This month marks the arrival of John Barradell, the new chief executive officer of Brighton and Hove. Mr Barradell was previously the deputy chief executive of Westminster City Council, which boasts the second lowest council …
In the early hours of 12 October, 25 years ago, residents of Brighton and Hove were woken by the sound of an explosion. A bomb, planted by the IRA to strike at the heart …
A few issues ago we featured an article by local activist Christopher Hawtree about the deficiencies of the Jubilee Library. Here Councillor David Smith, cabinet member for culture, responds to the claims
When I told a friend of mine that I was going to write an article about homeopathy he suggested it might be more effective to just write a few lines about it. I chuckled. At …