Phoenix Art Space has begun a new initiative; creative sessions for people aged 50yrs+ who live in the Phoenix Estate, Tarner and Hanover & Elm Grove areas. These free, drop-in sessions provide older residents with creative and social opportunities as a way of combating isolation and loneliness. Held at the Phoenix Community Centre on a … Continue reading Creative sessions for people aged 50yrs+
Hanover & Tarner Liveable Neighbourhood – Boundary Roads engagement summary Two online and two in-person engagement events took place on Feb 1st/2nd 2023, aiming to share the most recent design proposals for Elm Grove (up to its junction with Queens Park Road), Queens Park Road and Egremont Place. They were attended by residents from the … Continue reading Boundary concerns…
The Local Government Boundary Commission is carrying out an electoral review of Brighton and Hove and this review may have an impact on the shape of our local government electoral wards – the areas used to elect our city Councillors The aim of the electoral review is to recommend ward boundaries that mean each Councillor represents approximately … Continue reading Ward Boundary Consultation
At our last Forum meeting, we were pleased t welcome Michelle Kay from Healthwatch. Michelle wanted to let us know about proposed changes to our local health provision as it has been announced that the Albion Street Surgery will be merging with the St Peters Medical Trust, and that there are plans to close Albion … Continue reading Albion Street Surgery Merger
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