Brighton & Hove City Council invites businesses to input to the Old Town Conservation Area Study.
The Old Town Conservation Area, which was designated in 1973, covers the area between the seafront, North Street, East Street and West Street and includes the Lanes. It is Brighton’s historic core and has a distinct special character that should be preserved or enhanced. The last appraisal of this conservation area was completed in 1979, since when there have been many changes.
In order to manage future change in a positive, sympathetic and informed way, Brighton & Hove City Council are conducting a review of the area, including what makes it special and how it might be enhanced. Research has begun and it is hoped the study will be completed this year.
A presentation and workshop is to be held on Wednesday 21st March, between 6.30-7.30 in the Hanover Room at the Brighthelm Centre in North Road, Brighton.
This is your chance to contribute to the debate regarding the future of Brighton's unique historic centre.
For further details, please contact Catherine Jeater, Conservation Officer, Brighton & Hove City Council on 01273 292 261 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please RSVP to Catherine Jeater by Friday March 16th 2007.
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