29c Hartington Road is a residential housing development adjacent to St Martins School. The block itself is not new, having formed variously student accommodation and social housing over the years, but it is about to embark upon a new chapter. In January 2020, Housing Committee approved a proposal to buy the block of 38 flats(External link) and … Continue reading A new start at Hartington!
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
Our AGM will take place on Saturday March 20th at 2pm. Like all of our other events this year this will still be held on Zoom, and the link will be posted here and emailed to members closer to the time. Despite the enormous challenges faced by us all over the past year, I think … Continue reading What a year that was….
Gladstone Court is a residential housing development on Hartington Road adjacent to St Martins School. The block itself is not new, having formed variously student accommodation and social housing over the years, but it is about to embark upon a new chapter. In January of this year, Housing Committee approved a proposal to buy the … Continue reading A new start for Gladstone Court
Since its foundation as an unincorporated voluntary association in 2019, the Hanover & Elm Grove Communities Forum has been considering the longer term structure and future of the group, and how the community voice and needs of the area may be best represented, amplified and actioned to deliver improved locally responsive services and opportunities for … Continue reading A council for our community?
One unexpected outcome of the Covid-19 Pandemic is a change in the way our streets are used, with the combination of low traffic levels, good weather and a more home centered existence for most of us, our streets have become real community spaces, where neighbours can meet – often for the first time – and … Continue reading A Low Traffic Neighborhood for Hanover and Elm Grove?