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Stanmer_Park_consultationBrighton & Hove City Council, working with key stakeholders for the Estate has developed a long term draft Masterplan with the aim of restoring and protecting Stanmers’ historic buildings and landscape, enhancing its natural features, addressing any issues and making it more accessible to all.

They are running a six week consultation to gauge opinion and shape a future bid to fund the restoration project to the Heritage Lottery Fund and other funding bodies. For more details visit: http://bit.ly/P0OyTL

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The closing date is 1st June and if you enter your email at the end of the survey, you could win a £20 voucher.

In May 2012 the Safe in the City Partnership convened an independent commission of those involved in reducing the harm caused by drug use, to look at the city’s response to the problems and to suggest ways in which local agencies could be more successful in reducing drug related harm that mattered to the citizens of Brighton & Hove. Read the rest of this entry »

Multiple occupancy houses, such as shared student houses, were highlighted as a major issue in Hollingdean in the recent community survey conducted by Hollingdean Development Trust.

New plans have been unveiled by Brighton & Hove City Council to licence HMOs in targeted areas, including properties housing multiple students, to improve both the accommodation and neighbourhood relations.

The council wants to hear from residents, students and others over a 10-week consultation on additional licensing of HMOs of two or more storeys and three or more occupiers in wards including Hollingdean & Stanmer.

The survey is online at the council’s consultation portal at until 31st March, to give you a chance to have your say.

Hollingdean Development Trust invites all Hollingdean residents to an evening of informal discussion, with food, wine, tea, coffee

Include – Inspire – Involve

Thursday 24th November 7.00pm to 9.00pm

Hollingdean Community Centre, Thompson Road, BN1 7BH

Following the results of the Community Survey, come along and let us know your ideas as to how together we can find solutions to make Hollingdean an even better place to live.

Funding is now available for residents and groups in Hollingdean – meet other residents who have already received money to see how their ideas became a reality.

David Murray – Strategic Director of Communities and Cllr Ben Duncan – Lead Councillor for Communities will also be attending to hear your views on behalf of the council.

A Hollingdean Development Trust and Local Action Team event – flyer available here

Sport and activity consultation posterBrighton & Hove City Council in partnership with NHS Brighton & Hove is reviewing plans for sport and physical activity in the city and would like you to hear your views.

For your chance to help shape services and your chance to win please go to our on-line survey. If you would like to request a hard copy of the survey please email us on sports.info@brighton-hove.gov.uk or call 01273 29272.

You can download the poster for the survey.

(Complete this survey to be entered into a prize draw to win a 3 month full membership across the six public leisure centres operated by Freedom Leisure!  The draw will take place on Wednesday 4 January 2012).

skater imageAs previously reported, Hollingdean skate park is outdated and has been subject to vandalism.  A common criticism is that it is ‘too out of the way’ and some of the skaters, especially younger ones, don’t feel safe.

Your views are important and you are invited to fill in a short questionnaire (attached – Word version | PDF version). Either return the completed form to Liz Lee – Community Development Worker by post or email. Or, you can bring it along to the public meeting on Tuesday at St Richards (see article below).

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