Free webinar, 1 July 2021, 6.00-8.30pm As you probably know by now, Brighton and Hove’s first liveable neighbourhood scheme is soon to be piloted in Hanover and Tarner. The purpose of the scheme is to reduce the amount of motorised traffic from outside the area cutting through residential streets. The council is working with the … Continue reading Creating a liveable neighbourhood that’s accessible to all
introduce a pilot liveable neighbourhood scheme. The aim is to reduce outside traffic from cutting through the area, making the streets more pleasant and useable for the people who live here
Have you ever asked kids what they’d like their street to look like? Anoushka Visvalingam, a teacher at St Luke’s did just that. The Year 5 children took part in a geography project in which they considered the different ways in which we can make the streets we live on nicer for everyone. They thought … Continue reading Kids want greener, more colourful streets that they can play in
By Ian MacIntyre, chair of Hanover Action Fancy taking part in an artistic, physically distanced but socially connected and radically important project? Want to make a difference to your street, help save the planet and be part of the first Brighton Liveable Neighbourhood? Imagine your perfect street. What would you like to see in it? … Continue reading What would your dream street look like?
Funnily enough, when my wife, Dee, suggested I go to a karate class with her in 1973 at NELP in Stratford E15, that’s exactly what I thought! By Paul Bonett I’d seen the Bruce Lee films which were all the rage at that time, but I never thought I’d be one of those folk in … Continue reading Oh no, not martial arts!
By Jane Thorp, Hanover Residents Association On Saturday, 19 September, we had a Pop-up Parklet Day in Lewes Street, in the car park next to the Greys pub. For those unfamiliar with the word ‘parklet’, I will just explain. A parklet is a mini green space with planting, benches, bike parks, etc, which encourages wildlife … Continue reading Mini oasis pops up in Lewes Street