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  • Commercial property
    Desperate shortage of office space 2 August 2017
    Queensbury House office block in Queens Road has been sold for £12.6m. 24 April 2017
    Brighton Town Hall to be converted to a business hub. 26 March 2017
    Council’s ex-HQ back on the market. 18 March 2017
    International House office block sells for over £11m. 24 February 2017
    Brighton Office space: full up 1 August 2016
    City College redevelopment 21 April 2016
    The Thistle hotel bought by Jury’s Inn 5 December 2015
    Brighton & Hove increasingly an ‘industrial desert’ 4 November 2015
    Office to residential conversion rule becomes permanent 12 October 2015
    Brighton loses 800,000 square feet of offices 8 September 2015
    Boomtown 23 April 2015
    A big chunk of North Street on the market for £50m. 10 April 2015
    The Brighton John Lewis jigsaw 14 March 2015
    Workspace will be the regulator of the Brighton economy 26 February 2015
    Not quite what the government had in mind? 6 September 2013
    Hove Town Hall to become new Council HQ 4 September 2013
    Will businesses be kicked out of offices to make way for flats? 31 July 2013
    Brighton applies for exemption from offices to flats rules 25 February 2013
    Council considers selling off property assets 4 October 2012
    Vantage Point office block for sale 4 April 2012
    Why this office block is important to the city’s economy 6 February 2012
    £30m to buy the Pier 3 July 2011
    Patcham Place on the market 8 June 2011
    British Bookshops warehouse goes to cash-and-carry operator 28 May 2011
    IKEA fails to get Hollingbury site 9 April 2011
    British Bookshops warehouse on the market 20 March 2011
    Brighton Metropole Hotel changes hands for £39m 13 March 2011
    Park House development brief 4 February 2011
    Hove Shop Vacancies Fall Dramatically 24 November 2010
    Charter Hotel purchased on 150 year lease 10 November 2010
    New England House media hub moves a step closer 8 October 2010
    Bupa stays put in Brighton 14 March 2010
    Montefiore House planning application 10 March 2010
    Lack of office space constrains employment growth 18 November 2009
    Queen’s Road to get 30,000 sq ft of Grade A office space 30 June 2009
    Slack Space Brighton holds Practicalities Night 8 May 2009
    Ghost towns to be avoided at all costs 18 April 2009
    Croydon shows new way to fund regeneration 15 December 2008
    Marina office proposals 8 November 2008
    Integra Builders – victim of the economic downturn 8 October 2008
    City centre office complex sold for record sum 27 August 2008
    Government advisor pans empty property rate change 26 August 2008
    British Land slashes valuation of its commercial property 8 February 2008
    London Road - a diamond waiting to shine 2 February 2008
    Commercial Property sector looks very rocky 6 January 2008
    Commercial agents receive an update on development progress 6 September 2007
    Brighton Coach Station plans unveiled 20 June 2007
    Anston House sold 24 May 2007
    (Another) new voluntary code on commercial leases 13 April 2007
    Economic Partnership breakfast event 9 March 2007
    Churchill Square/Brighton Centre redevelopment moves closer 23 February 2007
    Hippodrome music venue born again 20 February 2007
    Plan to expand Sunblest site 14 November 2006
    Exion 27 finds a tenant 10 October 2006
    Flagship development nears completion 9 November 2005
    Burgess Hill’s gain is Brighton’s loss (again) 25 October 2005
    Legal & General take all of giant City Park office development 17 August 2005
    City Park construction continues 22 March 2005
    Affordable homes in central Hove 4 February 2005
    Historic hotel to provide homes and offices 11 November 2004
    Small retailers may not have to pay the full increase in business rates 6 November 2004
    Eastbourne wants to be Brighton 8 October 2004
    Brighton avoids "the Gherkin effect" 6 October 2004
    Flats for Brighton Ice Rink site 16 September 2004
    Change of Use for Exion 27 indicates planning flexibility? 21 July 2004
    Brighton Station development to include a language school 3 July 2004
    Brighton Centre redevelopment may encompass Kingswest as well. 17 April 2004
    Future of Shoreham Maritime Debated 6 December 2003
    Shoreham Maritime Development Unworkable 11 November 2003
    Brighton is seen as a centre of excellence right around the world 8 November 2003
    EP Tours potential sites for jobs 26 October 2003
    Magical Mystery Tour 23 September 2003

  • Development sites
    Old Brighton Met site to be converted to residential 15 August 2017
    Circus Street development begins 8 August 2017
    IKEA moves a step closer 31 July 2017
    New entrance to The Lanes opens up 9 May 2017
    Council’s ex-HQ back on the market. 18 March 2017
    Medina House may be demolished 2 March 2017
    Brighton gets an Ikea [almost] 26 January 2017
    Hangleton Bottom waste disposal site 24 January 2017
    Court Farm housing development approved. 14 January 2017
    Will King Alfred grow taller? 4 January 2017
    Anston House could be demolished at last 8 December 2016
    After 15 years of wrangling, 31 homes have been delivered on a site once earmarked for 100 3 November 2016
    One Public Estate [OPE] project gets £597,000 of government funding. 19 October 2016
    Preston Park Hotel to be converted into flats. 18 October 2016
    Custom Pharma close to securing a new home 9 May 2016
    Wedding Cake demolition commences 4 May 2016
    Peter Pan Playground redevelopment 30 April 2016
    Preston Barracks and Moulsecoomb Campus regeneration plans revealed 22 April 2016
    City College redevelopment 21 April 2016
    Spat over plans for 2,200 homes a few miles from Brighton. 15 April 2016
    Sackville Tower application withdrawn [but it will return] 10 March 2016
    Fury as £16m Amex Stadium hotel plans are rejected 20 February 2016
    Wilkinson Eyre signed up to develop Black Rock 17 December 2015
    Anston House redevelopment proposals [again] 1 December 2015
    New plans for Hove station site 15 November 2015
    Boomtown 23 April 2015
    Millions of square metres of office space lost 20 April 2015
    Astoria sold for residential redevelopment 10 April 2015
    Top Sussex Chef and Centerplate collaborate at Brighton i360 18 March 2015
    Plans for Peter Pan 8 March 2015
    Another cracking scheme from Hyde 21 February 2015
    Developers chosen as preferred bidders for 450 homes in neighbouring Lewes. 20 February 2015
    i360 work advances [upwards] 20 February 2015
    Hippodrome plans up in the air 13 January 2015
    Prospective King Alfred developers named 27 December 2014
    Hollingdean Road student accommodation recommended for approval 8 December 2014
    Brighton Centre plans resurrected 29 November 2014
    King Alfred finally goes to market 10 October 2014
    Major Projects Update 14 September 2014
    Brighton i360 work starts 30 July 2014
    £150m redevelopment of Preston Barracks moves closer 18 July 2014
    Council identifies land on urban fringe for 1600 extra homes 13 July 2014
    Major Projects update 2 July 2014
    Brighton i360 team start on site 25 June 2014
    £36m i360 paperwork completed 20 June 2014
    Major Projects update 6 February 2014
    £35m plans for Hippodrome unveiled. 14 January 2014
    Rejected plans for A23/A27 care home go to Appeal. 14 January 2014
    Medina House 8 January 2014
    New plans for the Astoria 27 December 2013
    University advances Preston Barracks plans 7 December 2013
    Labour government plans could support Mayfields 22 November 2013
    Labour’s plans unlikely to boost Mayfields market town scheme 18 October 2013
    Thirty years work comes to award-winning fruition. 18 October 2013
    Developer day for King Alfred replacement 16 October 2013
    Circus Street £100m planning application 15 October 2013
    Football club unveils ambitious £55m development plans 12 October 2013
    Hippodrome Plans on display 10 October 2013
    Major projects update 13 September 2013
    Not quite what the government had in mind? 6 September 2013
    Hove Town Hall to become new Council HQ 4 September 2013
    Anston House takes advantage of office-to-residential rules 20 August 2013
    Rabbit hole comes back to haunt City Council 30 July 2013
    Ibis opens for business 29 July 2013
    Green space plans for Circus Street 24 July 2013
    King Alfred report goes to Policy & Resources 4 July 2013
    Preston Barracks recommendations favour University 4 July 2013
    Block J well under way 27 June 2013
    Parcelforce site planning approved 16 June 2013
    Cobbler’s Thumb to be demolished 16 June 2013
    Ambitious plans for a whole new town 24 May 2013
    Hove police station purchased by city council 24 May 2013
    Circus Street consultation proves a popular event 30 April 2013
    Brunswick Marina scheme to start laying bricks 27 April 2013
    Anston House to remain derelict 27 April 2013
    Work starts on new sea view homes 18 April 2013
    £200m regeneration of Circus Street 18 April 2013
    Edward Street Quarter - Draft Planning Brief Consultation 12 April 2013
    More student accommodation gets go ahead 4 April 2013
    Buxtons site set for refusal 30 March 2013
    Planning application for Richmond House 7 March 2013
    Could this be the next major development site for the city. 11 February 2013
    Hove police relocate to Town Hall 8 February 2013
    Shoreham Harbour consultation 25 January 2013
    Revised PortZED scheme goes to planning 24 January 2013
    Economic Partnership writes an open letter to all councillors urging support for the Toads Hole Valley 19 January 2013
    Shoreham Harbour development brief 6 January 2013
    GB Liners relocated to make way for office development 15 December 2012
    London Road Co-Op gets planning permission 13 December 2012
    Hove’s Sackville Trading Estate developers ask for a reprieve 8 December 2012
    New American Express HQ opens 4 December 2012
    Planning application for site overlooking Toads Hole Valley 1 December 2012
    City College plans unveiled 13 November 2012
    Major projects update sheds light on the future of the Brighton Centre and Churchill Square. 11 November 2012
    Support for Toads Hole Valley development from unlikely sources 5 November 2012
    More support for Toads Hole Valley development 31 October 2012
    Lewes’ ambitious plans for regeneration 27 October 2012
    Developers submit planning application for Circus Street. But not the one expected. 27 October 2012
    Sackville Hotel site application wins on appeal 21 October 2012
    Hove Station development plans unveiled 13 October 2012
    Hyde announces new homes boost for Brighton & Hove 9 October 2012
    Council considers selling off property assets 4 October 2012
    Newhaven Port chosen as E.ON Wind Farm base 4 October 2012
    An addition to the world-famous Lanes 2 October 2012
    A fabulous vision 15 September 2012
    Developers bid to rejig New England Quarter's Block J 12 September 2012
    Opportunity for a temporary use at Black Rock 11 September 2012
    Anston House Planning application submitted 18 August 2012
    Developer doesn’t give up on plans for Co-Op 27 July 2012
    Green energy power station planning application 14 July 2012
    Queen Square Ice Rink redevelopment gets green light 4 July 2012
    Brighton & Hove City Prospectus on BBC TV 27 June 2012
    Black Rock site may go back to the drawing board 24 June 2012
    Peter Pan grows up 14 June 2012
    Hove bus garage move offers a real win-win prize 1 June 2012
    Patcham Court Farm fiasco 20 May 2012
    Who are they saving it for? 7 May 2012
    City centre waste ground gets planning permission 3 May 2012
    Brighton i360 gets LEP funding 1 May 2012
    Anston House Plans 27 April 2012
    Montefiore House development lauded at Acumen Commercial Property Awards 2012 27 April 2012
    Sackville Hotel developer is first to try his luck with new NPPF rules. 19 April 2012
    Park House plans finally approved 5 April 2012
    Vantage Point office block for sale 4 April 2012
    A Christo artwork it isn’t. It’s better than that. 18 March 2012
    Sackville Hotel site planning rejected 13 March 2012
    Work starts on Sergeant Yorke’s Casino site in Queens Road 13 March 2012
    PortZED plans recommended for rejection 17 February 2012
    Cathedral seek changes to Circus Street development 15 February 2012
    An opportunity not to be missed 22 January 2012
    Community Stadium plans thrown into confusion 8 December 2011
    Co-op plans recommended for refusal 8 December 2011
    Why we should build on this green field. 13 November 2011
    Rejection of Medina House plans upheld. 12 November 2011
    London Road Co-op planning application 11 October 2011
    Core Strategy options papers released 10 October 2011
    Block J goes to planning committee 7 October 2011
    Giant high-tech business park for Gatwick. 2 October 2011
    Greens face first big planning test 21 September 2011
    Is this the future for housing in the city? 26 August 2011
    Hospital redevelopment on Facebook 25 August 2011
    City Centre development site proposals 24 August 2011
    Square Bay development consultation 11 August 2011
    Economic Partnership asks for scrutiny of Patcham Court Farm sale 13 July 2011
    British Bookshops warehouse goes to cash-and-carry operator 28 May 2011
    Preston Barracks Planning Brief 14 April 2011
    IKEA fails to get Hollingbury site 9 April 2011
    Redhill Close finally gets planning consent 17 March 2011
    Black Rock Ice Arena site to become a coach park 12 March 2011
    Open Market gets approval in the nick of time 24 February 2011
    The end of a long saga - Royal Alex planning granted 24 February 2011
    Park House development brief 4 February 2011
    Flexer Sacks site ski slope planning application 30 January 2011
    Medina House redevelopment plans rejected again 30 January 2011
    Sergeant Yorke’s site up for sale 22 January 2011
    Queen Square Ice Rink redevelopment 22 January 2011
    Redhill Close revisited [again] 7 January 2011
    Astoria demolition goes to planning 23 December 2010
    Hospital buys St Mary’s Hall school site 15 December 2010
    Leisure contract awarded for King Alfred site for a decade 11 December 2010
    Marina appeal cost Brighton & Hove Council £420k 10 December 2010
    Open invitation to view hospital plans 9 December 2010
    Hospital redevelopment included in funding plans 29 November 2010
    Anston House redevelopment plans announced 24 November 2010
    Final part of New England Quarter to be developed 10 November 2010
    Gala Bingo site gets the go ahead 23 October 2010
    Royal Sussex County Hospital redevelopment plans on display 12 October 2010
    New England House media hub moves a step closer 8 October 2010
    Hospital Planners talk about Good Nutrition with Food Market Goers 23 September 2010
    Astoria Cinema redevelopment plans 26 August 2010
    Affordable housing scheme in Brighton granted planning permission after 5 Years 23 August 2010
    Shoreham Harbour eco-town plan gets a reprieve 12 August 2010
    Could New Homes Bonus pay for the Brighton Centre? 10 August 2010
    Do you have a site that you want to develop for housing? 10 August 2010
    Gala Bingo appeal date 20 July 2010
    General Hospital development goes to planning tomorrow 20 July 2010
    Secretary of State’s decision on Explore Living marina application 18 July 2010
    Hippodrome refurbishment bill could be over £9m 18 July 2010
    Value of housebuilding companies plummets 18 July 2010
    Plans for redevelopment of New England House 13 June 2010
    Brighton Marina planning decision 21 May 2010
    “Delivery of affordable homes almost impossible” – RSL 20 April 2010
    Portland Road’s Gala Bingo planning refused again. 9 April 2010
    Park House planning appeal rejected 7 April 2010
    Royal Alex: a case of arrested development? 21 March 2010
    New designs for £400m redevelopment of Royal Sussex County Hospital 21 March 2010
    Royal Sussex Hospital redevelopment meeting 14 March 2010
    High Court decision casts doubt on Council's plans for Brighton Gasworks site. 28 February 2010
    Council Leader clarifies Brighton Centre position 15 February 2010
    New bid for student halls of residence 16 January 2010
    New proposals for Medina House on Hove seafront 16 January 2010
    Urban Fringe site may be developed 16 January 2010
    Royal Alex site to get a new planning brief 2 December 2009
    Council gives Amex the green light for protection of over 3,000 jobs 5 November 2009
    Hove’s Connaught Centre is listed 23 October 2009
    Falmer Academy planning application granted 15 October 2009
    New Preston Barracks proposals 11 September 2009
    Council to review reasons for refusal of Explore Living Marina application 27 August 2009
    New student hall of residence likely to be rejected. 9 August 2009
    Brighton Centre architects appointed 25 July 2009
    Government cuts affect Shoreham Harbour 22 July 2009
    Amex Planning application submitted 30 June 2009
    Gala Bingo site appeal starts 29 June 2009
    Brighton & Hove’s FE Colleges abandoned by LSC 28 June 2009
    Royal Alex appeal decision 18 June 2009
    Draft London Rd Central Masterplan SPD 21 May 2009
    Another part of Station Goodsyard site goes to planning 30 April 2009
    City Council consider sale of land to Amex. 19 April 2009
    Park House planning rejected 4 March 2009
    The Creative Workspace Conundrum 1 February 2009
    Royal Alex planning application goes to appeal 29 January 2009
    Newhaven harbour set back 24 January 2009
    Anston House prosecution 23 January 2009
    Brighton Centre progresses towards renewal. 19 January 2009
    Fire Sale 13 January 2009
    Marina inner harbour planning application rejected 12 December 2008
    Positive step for Explore Living’s imminent Marina planning decision. 6 December 2008
    Royal Alex site planning rejected 4 December 2008
    Flexor Sacks site to be developed 22 November 2008
    Adur District Economic Regeneraton Forum event - includes Shoreham Port Regeneration 17 November 2008
    Marina office proposals 8 November 2008
    Cricket ground redevelopment delayed 5 October 2008
    Falmer Stadium ready in two years 4 October 2008
    Falmer Stadium goes back to planning 15 September 2008
    Hove Business Association - September e-newsletter 12 September 2008
    Royal Alex site development plans revised (again) 29 August 2008
    Economic Partnership Responds to LDF Core Strategy 15 August 2008
    Explore Living’s Marina plans could buck the trend 10 August 2008
    Funding withdrawn from King Alfred scheme 30 July 2008
    Newhaven incinerator gets go-ahead 23 July 2008
    Shoreham harbour gets Growth Point status 17 July 2008
    King Alfred delayed 2 July 2008
    Director needed to take forward Shoreham Harbour 24 June 2008
    Sackville Trading Estate plans 8 May 2008
    Portland Rd Bingo Hall plans withdrawn 8 May 2008
    Hove Connaught Centre sell off rethink 2 May 2008
    Prosecution for Anston House Developer 2 May 2008
    Brighton Marina plans re-think 23 April 2008
    Brighton Centre financial setback 10 April 2008
    Hove's Sackville Trading Estate redevelopment 1 March 2008
    Brighton’s Royal Alex redevelopment plans unacceptable 1 March 2008
    Massive redevelopment for City College 9 February 2008
    150 bed hotel for Brighton Marina 8 February 2008
    London Road - a diamond waiting to shine 2 February 2008
    Explore Living responds to questions about Marina application 24 January 2008
    Commercial Property market slumps further. 19 January 2008
    Brighton & Hove Economic Partnership (BHEP) supports Brighton Marina redevelopment 12 January 2008
    Shoreham harbour redevelopment moves on a step. 15 December 2007
    Explore Living Marina planning applicaton 9 December 2007
    New plans for Brighton's Royal Alex site still meet with opposition 30 November 2007
    Economic climate hits Patcham Court Farm development 23 November 2007
    Station’s Ibis Hotel gets go-ahead 23 November 2007
    Do you know where we could build some houses? 22 November 2007
    Shoreham Port expands into steel handling 15 November 2007
    Artists to take over the old Veg market 3 November 2007
    Park House in Hove to be redeveloped 2 November 2007
    National Park Inquiry re-opens 25 October 2007
    Brighton Hospital site to be redeveloped 2 October 2007
    Owners of Shoreham Airport - where did it all go wrong? 29 September 2007
    New vision for Shoreham Harbour 23 September 2007
    Brighton Marina planning application lodged, Ice Arena delayed. 16 September 2007
    BHEP Sites & Premises Group breakfast meeting 6 September 2007
    Commercial agents receive an update on development progress 6 September 2007
    Preston Barracks development at a ‘cross roads’ 6 September 2007
    Could housing be the salvation of West Pier? 19 August 2007
    Stadium battle edges to a close 16 August 2007
    Brighton Hippodrome planning application 16 August 2007
    Not enough brownfield land to meet new UK housing target 15 August 2007
    Plans for a waste water treatment works at Peacehaven rejected . 11 August 2007
    "Almost green light" for "green" stadium at Falmer 24 July 2007
    Falmer Stadium finally gets the go-ahead 24 July 2007
    Falmer Stadium to be super green 18 July 2007
    SEEDA invest in Brighton & Hove 4 July 2007
    Special King Alfred planning meeting arranged 2 July 2007
    Does planning committee decision threatens King Alfred? 28 June 2007
    Anston House sold 24 May 2007
    King Alfred decision confirmed by Ruth Kelly 18 May 2007
    Station site’s Beetham Tower rejection confirmed 18 May 2007
    North Laine clean up 13 May 2007
    Royal Alex Hospital demolition plans 9 May 2007
    New County Archive Office could be in Brighton 7 May 2007
    Queens Road in line for a new hotel 28 April 2007
    “Earthship” homes go to planning committee 19 April 2007
    Sussex Cricket Ground gets consent to redevelop 6 April 2007
    London Road Open Market plans update 1 April 2007
    Patcham Court Farm development confirmed 30 March 2007
    Cricket Ground planning consent doubtful 30 March 2007
    King Alfred scheme gains planning consent 26 March 2007
    King Alfred gains planning consent 24 March 2007
    5 million new homes needed over next 20 years 17 March 2007
    King Alfred goes to Planning Committee 17 March 2007
    Churchill Square/Brighton Centre redevelopment moves closer 23 February 2007
    Redevelopment plans for City College site 21 February 2007
    Anston House planning application rejected 19 February 2007
    Football Club backs the King Alfred redevelopment 6 February 2007
    Work starts on Brunswick Marina scheme 4 February 2007
    3 to 1 in favour of King Alfred Plans 25 January 2007
    Royal Alex site sold 20 December 2006
    Brighton Eye delay 15 December 2006
    Ice Arena delayed (again) 14 December 2006
    Calls for development of the urban fringe 6 December 2006
    Falmer stadium delay granted 4 December 2006
    Further delay for Community Stadium 25 November 2006
    London Road Open Market revamp 23 November 2006
    Plan to expand Sunblest site 14 November 2006
    X Leisure Marina plans close to completion 3 November 2006
    Black Rock Ice Arena planning application imminent 20 October 2006
    New King Alfred planning application 18 October 2006
    Station Goodsyard Tower planning inquiry 16 October 2006
    Unanimous! 12 October 2006
    Guardian journalist Simon Jenkins pans the city 7 October 2006
    King Alfred gets P&R approval with strings attached 6 October 2006
    Lewes DC drops Falmer court case 4 October 2006
    King Alfred goes back to Council committee 4 October 2006
    Beach Sports Centre work starts 21 September 2006
    King Alfred scheme goes back to P&R 17 September 2006
    Brighton needs more offices 15 September 2006
    Jubilee Square Hotel under way 28 August 2006
    X leisure marina plans take shape 26 August 2006
    Economic Partnership response to Brighton Eye 23 August 2006
    Concrete corridor softened by light 12 August 2006
    King Alfred revisited 31 July 2006
    Marina tower given go-ahead 21 July 2006
    Marina opponents pin their hopes on 1968 Act 12 July 2006
    Patcham Court Farm released for development 9 July 2006
    City Council responds to "inaccurate" Shoreham Airport story 4 July 2006
    King Alfred needs more work 2 July 2006
    Sergeant Yorke’s Casino - Hotel plans 2 July 2006
    Marina development approved 1 July 2006
    An alternative way to travel south 1 July 2006
    Planning department supports revamped Marina plan 24 June 2006
    King Alfred High Court challenge rejected 18 June 2006
    Falmer Stadium decision in October – maybe. 10 June 2006
    New proposals for Redhill Close development site 20 May 2006
    Royal Alex Childrens Hospital site disposal 20 May 2006
    Royal Alex Children’s Hospital site sold 20 May 2006
    Falmer Stadium progress 13 May 2006
    Greens suggest Patcham Court Farm for housing 13 May 2006
    King Alfred scheme far from “dead” 30 April 2006
    King Alfred figures challenged by Government Valuation office 23 April 2006
    Falmer Stadium seesaws back to Prescott 8 April 2006
    Revamped Marina scheme goes back to planning 8 April 2006
    West Pier 180 metre tower plans 1 April 2006
    Conservatives ask for King Alfred to bypass planning committee 31 March 2006
    The best building that wasn’t good enough 20 March 2006
    Falmer Stadium setback 9 March 2006
    Brighton builds in every nook 28 February 2006
    Brighton Centre - sending out the right message? 25 February 2006
    Micro regeneration in North Laine 17 February 2006
    Gardner Street traders identify Jubilee Street challenge 17 February 2006
    Employment Land Study consultation 15 February 2006
    Marina planning appeal goes straight to Deputy Prime Minister 10 February 2006
    Council puts a price on King Alfred affordable housing 21 January 2006
    Hove Business Association Meeting 16 January 2006
    Housing costs force 10,000 people to consider leaving the city 15 December 2005
    Circus Street development moves on a step 1 December 2005
    Economic Partnership Chair laments Marina planning decision 22 November 2005
    Economic Partnership supports King Alfred planning application. 22 November 2005
    Agora development shows what can be done 15 November 2005
    Council looks at changes to Preston Barracks 14 November 2005
    Planning Committee reject 1000 homes at the Marina 12 November 2005
    Flagship development nears completion 9 November 2005
    Senior property consultant calls for Braypool park & ride 9 November 2005
    Jubilee development will earn city millions 5 November 2005
    Brighton Marina redevelopment gets a step closer? 5 November 2005
    John Prescott in favour of Community Stadium at Falmer 28 October 2005
    Burgess Hill’s gain is Brighton’s loss (again) 25 October 2005
    Braypool Park & Ride and the RSPCA 17 October 2005
    SEEDA Chair visits Brighton & Hove Economic Partnership (BHEP) 15 October 2005
    New group forms in response to negativity 12 October 2005
    Development of Shoreham airport moves a step closer 27 September 2005
    Council’s P&R Committee backs progress 12 September 2005
    King Alfred hangs in Green balance 27 August 2005
    Economic Partnership backs Wastewater works in Peacehaven 18 August 2005
    Legal & General take all of giant City Park office development 17 August 2005
    Norwich Park & Ride maintains congestions at 10 year low 31 July 2005
    Economic Partnership meets with owner of Anston House 31 July 2005
    Greens oppose Park & Ride for city and National Park 12 July 2005
    Grand Ocean Hotel development to include affordable housing 1 July 2005
    “If we build it, they will come” … or maybe not! 19 June 2005
    Brighton’s new library scoops prestigious award 17 June 2005
    Brighton Centre progress too slow for some 12 June 2005
    What do you think about the King Alfred development? 11 June 2005
    Gala Bingo Hall escapes demolition 7 May 2005
    Brighton's Jubilee library to extend opening hours 1 May 2005
    Brighton to get its first wind turbine 1 May 2005
    Station tower thrown out 28 April 2005
    Regeneration to create thousands of jobs 5 April 2005
    City Park construction continues 22 March 2005
    New hotel for Jubilee site 19 March 2005
    Toad’s Hole Valley on offer (at a price) 13 March 2005
    Gehry Comes to Brighton 11 February 2005
    Letter to the editor: The West Pier could be so much more than a pier 4 February 2005
    Braypool back as Park & Ride option for Brighton & Hove 27 January 2005
    Sunblest Bakery site success 24 January 2005
    Economic Partnership supports Marina application 20 January 2005
    Spaces for 30 new businesses 18 January 2005
    Brighton’s new library is completed on time 4 December 2004
    Tall Tower plans for Station site 24 November 2004
    King Alfred project gets the green light 20 November 2004
    40 storey tower at the centre of Brighton Marina planning application 19 November 2004
    Energy efficient development to commence in East Brighton 13 November 2004
    Will Alsop turns his creative eye on Shoreham 11 November 2004
    Woolards Field planning application 31 October 2004
    Brighton’s new library to open in March 2005 8 October 2004
    BHEP Business Breakfast Success 5 October 2004
    Will Alsop’s vision for Shoreham 2 October 2004
    Affordable homes for Endeavour site 25 September 2004
    A vision to regenerate Shoreham Airport 11 September 2004
    Megazone makes way for King Alfred development 13 August 2004
    Marina to get investment boost from PY Gerbeau 6 August 2004
    Letter to the editor: Move the Conference Centre but don't forget transport 2 August 2004
    Brighton Centre gets green light for redevleopment 29 July 2004
    Falmer debate to be revisited 29 July 2004
    Hove library to get £350,000 of improvements 17 July 2004
    The people have had their say about the Brighton Centre 26 June 2004
    Station Goodsyard ready to start construction 24 June 2004
    King Alfred Gehry Towers cut down to size 17 June 2004
    Economic Partnership Response to Brighton Centre SPG22 1 June 2004
    Brighton sets standards for sustainable buildings 24 May 2004
    Brighton Centre Public Consultation 23 April 2004
    East Brighton industrial site to become green business centre 19 April 2004
    Brighton Centre redevelopment may encompass Kingswest as well. 17 April 2004
    Could release of NHS sites for key worker homes benefit Brighton & Hove? 11 April 2004
    Portslade site earmarked for 38 storey housing complex 26 March 2004
    CDHA Hyde scheme wins Preston Barracks 23 March 2004
    Local Plan Inspector shows limited understanding of Brighton’s problems 7 February 2004
    Brighton's West Pier laid to rest? - no chance 30 January 2004
    Brighton’s West Pier is finally laid to rest 28 January 2004
    Circus Street nearly ripe for development 22 January 2004
    Babylon expansion deferred 18 January 2004
    Dispute heightens over the future of Hove Library 15 January 2004
    Giant City Park office development takes shape 7 January 2004
    Brighton’s Preston Barracks site down to two Contenders 20 December 2003
    Public Consultation on Shoreham Airport 7 December 2003
    Future of Shoreham Maritime Debated 6 December 2003
    Preston Barracks to be transformed 5 December 2003
    Gardner Street Consultation 3 December 2003
    Shoreham Airport Consultation 18 November 2003
    The Answer to Brighton’s Land Shortage – The Sea? 11 November 2003
    Shoreham Maritime Development Unworkable 11 November 2003
    Gardner Street improvements exhibition starts on 13 November 9 November 2003
    Brighton is seen as a centre of excellence right around the world 8 November 2003
    EP Tours potential sites for jobs 26 October 2003
    Arena and ice rink for Black Rock 22 October 2003
    Greens give red light to Hove library relocation 21 October 2003
    Ice Arena Most Likely on Brighton’s Black Rock site 15 October 2003
    Disability Discrimination Act could cripple Hove library 14 October 2003
    Quadrant Scheme in Turmoil 10 October 2003
    Changes to Park Boundaries Approved by Council 29 September 2003
    Magical Mystery Tour 23 September 2003
    23,000 sq metres of homes, shops and restaurants in the heart of the North Laine 22 September 2003
    Four in Line for Preston Barracks redevelopment contract 15 August 2003
    King Alfred site 30 July 2003
    Independent Consultants Back Gehry’s King Alfred Scheme 16 July 2003
    Brighton Pier determined to Scotch West Pier Redevelopment 12 July 2003
    Black Rock Development Down to 2 Bidders 30 June 2003
    West Hove Bingo hall sold for retirement homes 27 June 2003
    Gardner Street Improvement Discussion 26 June 2003
    Giant Tesco site takes shape 17 May 2003
    Political Jockeying Begins 17 May 2003
    Hoteliers Support Centre Demolition Plans 31 March 2003
    Jubilee Street Returns from Dereliction 31 March 2003
    Brighton Centre Reborn 26 March 2003
    Landmark Proposals for King Alfred Site 11 March 2003
    NLTA Members Support Brighton Station Site 25 February 2003
    Station Goodsyard Site Clears Final Hurdle 20 February 2003
    Brighton Tall Building Applications Stopped in their Tracks 11 February 2003
    Station Goodsyard site 13 January 2003

  • Local policy
    Sackville Tower application withdrawn [but it will return] 10 March 2016
    Brighton & Hove increasingly an ‘industrial desert’ 4 November 2015
    Conservatives unhappy with city’s planning department 26 October 2015
    Workspace will be the regulator of the Brighton economy 26 February 2015
    City Plan passes the first hurdle 17 October 2014
    Could Rother give some cheer to Brighton? 10 October 2014
    Support the City Plan 5 October 2014
    How dense is too dense when it comes to housing? 12 August 2014
    Council identifies land on urban fringe for 1600 extra homes 13 July 2014
    Offices to residential update 26 June 2014
    Further consultation on office to residential change of use 27 March 2014
    Shoreham Harbour Joint Area Action Plan [JAAP] published 6 February 2014
    City Plan goes to examination 21 August 2013
    Masterplan for Pavilion Estate 26 January 2013
    Final City Plan published 19 January 2013
    Council explores housing the workforce outside the city. Or does it? 27 September 2012
    Economic Partnership responds to 2012 draft City Plan consultation 20 July 2012
    Who are they saving it for? 7 May 2012
    Core Strategy options papers released 10 October 2011
    Core Strategy consultation opportunity 7 September 2011
    Economic Partnership asks for scrutiny of Patcham Court Farm sale 13 July 2011
    Think tank pronounces on Brighton & Hove's economic future 12 February 2009
    Tall buildings are good for the economy 11 September 2008
    Greenspeak: Whose Land Is It Anyway? 10 June 2008
    Brighton and Hove Strategic Housing Market Assessment Stakeholder Conference 21 February 2008
    Economic Partnership response to LDF 21 December 2006
    Brighton needs more offices 15 September 2006
    The Planning and Compulsory Purchase Bill receives Royal Assent 20 May 2004
    Lack of affordable housing contributes to health care crisis 17 April 2004
    Planning regime past its sell-by date 13 March 2004
    Leading member of Economic Partnership pushes for increased Warehouse allocation 27 February 2004
    Local Plan Inspector shows limited understanding of Brighton’s problems 7 February 2004
    Political Jockeying Begins 17 May 2003
    Concern over Creeping Cafe Syndrome 13 April 2003

  • Miscellaneous
    Big boost for small businesses in Brighton 30 July 2010
    Enterprise Works 27 January 2010
    A cutting edge business chose Brighton & Hove. Why? 10 June 2006
    Refurbishments at Hove Library 9 September 2005
    Hove library to close for renovation 26 March 2005
    City College to take on new training centre 8 January 2005
    Property and Development Sites 2 August 2004
    Brighton Jumps 8 Places in the OMIS Survey 29 November 2003

  • National policy
    Office to residential conversion rule becomes permanent 12 October 2015
    Brighton loses 800,000 square feet of offices 8 September 2015
    Millions of square metres of office space lost 20 April 2015
    Office-to-residential rules to deliver 32,000 new homes 20 November 2014
    Forty new Garden Cities needed 29 August 2014
    Amount of office space declines as new change of use rules take effect 31 July 2014
    Government announces £3m fund to speed up the planning process 26 June 2014
    Councils struggle to conform to National Planning Policy Framework [NPPF] 20 June 2014
    Betting shops could be rationed 1 May 2014
    Labour government plans could support Mayfields 22 November 2013
    City Planners could get a grilling 22 October 2013
    L&G joins in the planner bashing 2 October 2013
    Not quite what the government had in mind? 6 September 2013
    Bungalows return? 30 August 2013
    Battle against office-to-residential rules heats up 19 August 2013
    Draft shops-to-residential change of use proposals published 19 August 2013
    Will businesses be kicked out of offices to make way for flats? 31 July 2013
    Offices to flats rule to be challenged in High Court 29 July 2013
    Planning Minister Nick Boles, “building homes on greenfield land will create more 'human happiness' than preserving countryside”. 29 May 2013
    Office to residential rule change imminent 23 March 2013
    Brighton applies for exemption from offices to flats rules 25 February 2013
    Ray of hope in offices to flats rules 31 January 2013
    Boles backs building bigtime 29 November 2012
    Lord Heseltine joins in assault on planners in pursuit of growth 31 October 2012
    Council explores housing the workforce outside the city. Or does it? 27 September 2012
    Planners beaten up by government 7 September 2012
    A somewhat less controversial National Planning Policy Framework [NPPF] published 30 March 2012
    Prime Minister returns to theme of planning being an enemy of enterprise. 29 February 2012
    Eric Pickles admits he was wrong. 25 February 2012
    National Planning Policy Framework "unsatsifactory" 14 November 2011
    Localism becomes law [shortly] 8 November 2011
    What is the fuss over the NPPF? 3 October 2011
    NPPF doesn't need legal definitions 13 September 2011
    Battle lines drawn over planning policy 8 September 2011
    Government planning proposals open a hornet’s nest 31 August 2011
    How much will budget measures really shake up the planning system? 3 April 2011
    Policy embarrassment for the Government 10 November 2010
    The Battle of Barton Farm goes to the High Court 24 October 2010
    Builders lobby Conservatives over local planning powers 3 January 2010
    South Downs National Park signed off by government 13 November 2009
    Planning for Properous Economies 8 May 2009
    BHEP responds to PPS6 consultaion on planning for town centres 2 October 2008
    Government advisor pans empty property rate change 26 August 2008
    Planning improved but still too slow 27 March 2008
    Economic Partnership (BHEP) responds to PPS4 14 March 2008
    Planning should respond to economic opportunity 24 December 2007
    Green belt safe under new planning white paper 19 May 2007
    Lyons Inquiry consults on Barker, Leitch and Eddington papers 17 December 2006
    Calls for development of the urban fringe 6 December 2006
    The Planning and Compulsory Purchase Bill receives Royal Assent 20 May 2004
    Local Plan replacement 15 April 2004
    Planning regime past its sell-by date 13 March 2004
    Do REITs Herald a New Age for Property? 29 February 2004
    Local Plan Inspector shows limited understanding of Brighton’s problems 7 February 2004
    Government Town Centre Planning Policy Consultation 3 February 2004
    Environmental Groups Adopt the Wrong Tack Over Toad’s Hole 16 January 2004
    National Park Inquiry Starts 8 November 2003
    National Park Wind Farm Guidance Relevant to Brighton? 28 October 2003
    EP Tours potential sites for jobs 26 October 2003
    Council Vote Toad’s Hole Valley In 26 October 2003
    Toad’s Hole Valley National Park Flip Flop 15 October 2003
    Letter to the editor - Toad Hole Valley - in or out? 11 October 2003
    South Downs Park Inquiry Could Take over a Year 11 July 2003
    Hotels Association Chief backs futuristic pier 11 June 2003
    Employment Opportunities at Gatwick Could Double Due to Expansion 1 March 2003
    South Downs National Park May Deliver Park & Ride 17 February 2003
    How Parliament Works 4 December 2002

  • Planning
    Old Brighton Met site to be converted to residential 15 August 2017
    Circus Street development begins 8 August 2017
    IKEA moves a step closer 31 July 2017
    New entrance to The Lanes opens up 9 May 2017
    Brighton Town Hall to be converted to a business hub. 26 March 2017
    Medina House may be demolished 2 March 2017
    Brighton gets an Ikea [almost] 26 January 2017
    Hangleton Bottom waste disposal site 24 January 2017
    Court Farm housing development approved. 14 January 2017
    Will King Alfred grow taller? 4 January 2017
    Anston House could be demolished at last 8 December 2016
    Sky Lantern gets planning permission 18 November 2016
    After 15 years of wrangling, 31 homes have been delivered on a site once earmarked for 100 3 November 2016
    One Public Estate [OPE] project gets £597,000 of government funding. 19 October 2016
    Renewed plans to build homes on South Downs border. 19 October 2016
    Preston Park Hotel to be converted into flats. 18 October 2016
    Bartholomew Square plans 29 August 2016
    West Street to be transformed 15 July 2016
    Custom Pharma close to securing a new home 9 May 2016
    Wedding Cake demolition commences 4 May 2016
    Peter Pan Playground redevelopment 30 April 2016
    Preston Barracks and Moulsecoomb Campus regeneration plans revealed 22 April 2016
    City College redevelopment 21 April 2016
    Hotel conversion into residential 24 March 2016
    Burgess Hill town centre to get £65m revamp 12 March 2016
    Sackville Tower application withdrawn [but it will return] 10 March 2016
    Sussex Uni presents new plans for student housing 8 March 2016
    Zip Wire could replace Brighton Wheel. 4 March 2016
    Fury as £16m Amex Stadium hotel plans are rejected 20 February 2016
    Council breathes a sigh of relief as City Plan passed 13 February 2016
    Brighton station arches plans 7 January 2016
    Wilkinson Eyre signed up to develop Black Rock 17 December 2015
    Hove Perfume factory planning consent 10 December 2015
    Anston House redevelopment proposals [again] 1 December 2015
    New plans for Hove station site 15 November 2015
    Conservatives unhappy with city’s planning department 26 October 2015
    Mayfields Market Town update 14 October 2015
    Office to residential conversion rule becomes permanent 12 October 2015
    John Lewis coming to Brighton [definitely] 12 October 2015
    Brighton loses 800,000 square feet of offices 8 September 2015
    Doubts about Valley Gardens scheme 2 August 2015
    Sky Lantern in The Lanes 6 May 2015
    Tree thwarts Brighton College expansion plans 26 April 2015
    Hippodrome stalled 26 April 2015
    Boomtown 23 April 2015
    Another cracking scheme from Hyde 21 February 2015
    Hippodrome plans up in the air 13 January 2015
    Prospective King Alfred developers named 27 December 2014
    University of Sussex appeals against planning decision to deny new student accommodation 17 December 2014
    Hollingdean Road student accommodation recommended for approval 8 December 2014
    Brighton Centre plans resurrected 29 November 2014
    E.ON announces final design for 116 turbine Rampion Wind Farm 24 November 2014
    Bouygues Development has plans to build up to 380 new homes in Hove. 24 November 2014
    Saltdean Lido gets a cash boost 24 November 2014
    Office-to-residential rules to deliver 32,000 new homes 20 November 2014
    City Plan passes the first hurdle 17 October 2014
    King Alfred finally goes to market 10 October 2014
    Could Rother give some cheer to Brighton? 10 October 2014
    Support the City Plan 5 October 2014
    Planning committee almost unanimous in Circus Street approval 20 September 2014
    Circus Street goes to planning on Wednesday. Will the committee bottle it? 14 September 2014
    Major Projects Update 14 September 2014
    Economic Partnership supports City Plan’s urban fringe housing proposals 6 September 2014
    Forty new Garden Cities needed 29 August 2014
    How dense is too dense when it comes to housing? 12 August 2014
    New office block and homes proposed in Davigdor Road 8 August 2014
    Brighton College expansion 18 July 2014
    Council identifies land on urban fringe for 1600 extra homes 13 July 2014
    Major Projects update 2 July 2014
    Offices to residential update 26 June 2014
    IPSOS Mori poll supports new towns 26 June 2014
    Councils struggle to conform to National Planning Policy Framework [NPPF] 20 June 2014
    BHEP responds to Horsham Local Development Framework 11 June 2014
    North Street traffic proposals 6 June 2014
    Betting shops could be rationed 1 May 2014
    National Park boundary error could deliver 2,000 new homes 1 April 2014
    Further consultation on office to residential change of use 27 March 2014
    £20m power station; work set to start 14 March 2014
    £36m i360 loan approved 9 March 2014
    i360: Grab this opportunity with both hands 1 March 2014
    South East Dance funding success 26 February 2014
    Award winning, ultra high-tech company lost to the city 24 February 2014
    Permanent traveller site get planning consent. 13 February 2014
    Coastal West Sussex and Brighton agree Local Strategic Statement 6 February 2014
    Major Projects update 6 February 2014
    Shoreham Harbour Joint Area Action Plan [JAAP] published 6 February 2014
    BHASVIC expansion 1 February 2014
    £35m plans for Hippodrome unveiled. 14 January 2014
    Rejected plans for A23/A27 care home go to Appeal. 14 January 2014
    Medina House 8 January 2014
    New plans for the Astoria 27 December 2013
    City Plan: Stone turning required. 13 December 2013
    Lanes project gets planning consent 13 December 2013
    City Council grants planning permission for a £73m redevelopment of city centre FE college. 11 December 2013
    University advances Preston Barracks plans 7 December 2013
    Labour government plans could support Mayfields 22 November 2013
    Sussex University announces £500m development plan 20 November 2013
    Secrets & lies in the Palace? 17 November 2013
    High Court grants office-to-homes legal hearing 12 November 2013
    Port Zed recommended for approval 29 October 2013
    City Planners could get a grilling 22 October 2013
    Developer day for King Alfred replacement 16 October 2013
    Circus Street £100m planning application 15 October 2013
    Football club unveils ambitious £55m development plans 12 October 2013
    Another application for Medina House 10 October 2013
    Construction work starts on Gala Bingo site 5 October 2013
    L&G joins in the planner bashing 2 October 2013
    £1.7m travellers site planning application 29 September 2013
    Major projects update 13 September 2013
    Not quite what the government had in mind? 6 September 2013
    My Hotel expansion application granted 4 September 2013
    Bungalows return? 30 August 2013
    Anston House takes advantage of office-to-residential rules 20 August 2013
    Battle against office-to-residential rules heats up 19 August 2013
    Will businesses be kicked out of offices to make way for flats? 31 July 2013
    Offices to flats rule to be challenged in High Court 29 July 2013
    Green space plans for Circus Street 24 July 2013
    £17m masterplan for Brighton Dome 15 July 2013
    Chapel Royal restaurant goes to appeal after rejection 27 June 2013
    The Lanes [Old Town] Public Inquiry 21 June 2013
    Parcelforce site planning approved 16 June 2013
    Economic Partnership supports Mayfields 11 June 2013
    Planning Minister Nick Boles, “building homes on greenfield land will create more 'human happiness' than preserving countryside”. 29 May 2013
    Hove police station purchased by city council 24 May 2013
    Circus Street consultation proves a popular event 30 April 2013
    Brunswick Marina scheme to start laying bricks 27 April 2013
    Anston House to remain derelict 27 April 2013
    Work starts on new sea view homes 18 April 2013
    £200m regeneration of Circus Street 18 April 2013
    Edward Street Quarter - Draft Planning Brief Consultation 12 April 2013
    Rampion Wind Farm application accepted for examination by Secretary of State 9 April 2013
    More student accommodation gets go ahead 4 April 2013
    Buxtons site set for refusal 30 March 2013
    Planning brief for Edward Street Quarter 8 March 2013
    Planning application for Richmond House 7 March 2013
    Brighton applies for exemption from offices to flats rules 25 February 2013
    Offices can change to flats 25 January 2013
    Shoreham Harbour consultation 25 January 2013
    Revised PortZED scheme goes to planning 24 January 2013
    Final City Plan published 19 January 2013
    Economic Partnership writes an open letter to all councillors urging support for the Toads Hole Valley 19 January 2013
    Shoreham Harbour development brief 6 January 2013
    Rampion application withdrawn 4 January 2013
    GB Liners relocated to make way for office development 15 December 2012
    London Road Co-Op gets planning permission 13 December 2012
    Hove’s Sackville Trading Estate developers ask for a reprieve 8 December 2012
    New American Express HQ opens 4 December 2012
    Does East Hampshire ring alarm bells for Brighton & Hove? 4 December 2012
    Planning application for site overlooking Toads Hole Valley 1 December 2012
    Boles backs building bigtime 29 November 2012
    Major projects update sheds light on the future of the Brighton Centre and Churchill Square. 11 November 2012
    Lord Heseltine joins in assault on planners in pursuit of growth 31 October 2012
    Sackville Hotel site application wins on appeal 21 October 2012
    A breakfast meeting to plan for business needs in Brighton & Hove 4 October 2012
    A fabulous vision 15 September 2012
    Developers bid to rejig New England Quarter's Block J 12 September 2012
    Planners beaten up by government 7 September 2012
    Railway Station renovation 18 August 2012
    Anston House Planning application submitted 18 August 2012
    Developer doesn’t give up on plans for Co-Op 27 July 2012
    Green energy power station planning application 14 July 2012
    Government’s proposed office-residential changes scrapped 10 July 2012
    Queen Square Ice Rink redevelopment gets green light 4 July 2012
    Black Rock site may go back to the drawing board 24 June 2012
    Peter Pan grows up 14 June 2012
    Hove bus garage move offers a real win-win prize 1 June 2012
    Patcham Court Farm fiasco 20 May 2012
    City centre waste ground gets planning permission 3 May 2012
    Trouble in Eastbourne 24 April 2012
    Sackville Hotel developer is first to try his luck with new NPPF rules. 19 April 2012
    Park House plans finally approved 5 April 2012
    A somewhat less controversial National Planning Policy Framework [NPPF] published 30 March 2012
    A Christo artwork it isn’t. It’s better than that. 18 March 2012
    Sackville Hotel site planning rejected 13 March 2012
    Work starts on Sergeant Yorke’s Casino site in Queens Road 13 March 2012
    Prime Minister returns to theme of planning being an enemy of enterprise. 29 February 2012
    Eric Pickles admits he was wrong. 25 February 2012
    PortZED plans recommended for rejection 17 February 2012
    Cathedral seek changes to Circus Street development 15 February 2012
    E.ON unveils plans for the Rampion Offshore Wind Farm 6 February 2012
    An opportunity not to be missed 22 January 2012
    Co-op plans recommended for refusal 8 December 2011
    National Planning Policy Framework "unsatsifactory" 14 November 2011
    Rejection of Medina House plans upheld. 12 November 2011
    Localism becomes law [shortly] 8 November 2011
    London Road Co-op planning application 11 October 2011
    Block J goes to planning committee 7 October 2011
    What is the fuss over the NPPF? 3 October 2011
    Greens face first big planning test 21 September 2011
    Local planning guidance on food growing in Brighton & Hove 14 September 2011
    NPPF doesn't need legal definitions 13 September 2011
    Battle lines drawn over planning policy 8 September 2011
    Core Strategy consultation opportunity 7 September 2011
    Planning decision are too political - BCC 6 September 2011
    Government planning proposals open a hornet’s nest 31 August 2011
    Is this the future for housing in the city? 26 August 2011
    Hospital redevelopment on Facebook 25 August 2011
    City Centre development site proposals 24 August 2011
    Square Bay development consultation 11 August 2011
    Brighton Wheel gets the thumbs up 28 April 2011
    How much will budget measures really shake up the planning system? 3 April 2011
    Black Rock Ice Arena site to become a coach park 12 March 2011
    The three enemies of enterprise & employment growth 12 March 2011
    Open Market gets approval in the nick of time 24 February 2011
    The end of a long saga - Royal Alex planning granted 24 February 2011
    Park House development brief 4 February 2011
    Flexer Sacks site ski slope planning application 30 January 2011
    Medina House redevelopment plans rejected again 30 January 2011
    Sergeant Yorke’s site up for sale 22 January 2011
    Queen Square Ice Rink redevelopment 22 January 2011
    Redhill Close revisited [again] 7 January 2011
    Consultation on Local Planning Application Requirements 7 January 2011
    Astoria demolition goes to planning 23 December 2010
    Hospital buys St Mary’s Hall school site 15 December 2010
    Marina appeal cost Brighton & Hove Council £420k 10 December 2010
    Open invitation to view hospital plans 9 December 2010
    Brighton O ferris wheel moves east 2 December 2010
    Hospital redevelopment included in funding plans 29 November 2010
    Policy embarrassment for the Government 10 November 2010
    The Battle of Barton Farm goes to the High Court 24 October 2010
    Gala Bingo site gets the go ahead 23 October 2010
    Royal Sussex County Hospital redevelopment plans on display 12 October 2010
    If you build it, they will come 7 October 2010
    Connaught Centre to become a primary school 5 October 2010
    New halls of residence for Brighton University 1 September 2010
    Astoria Cinema redevelopment plans 26 August 2010
    Affordable housing scheme in Brighton granted planning permission after 5 Years 23 August 2010
    Shoreham Harbour eco-town plan gets a reprieve 12 August 2010
    Gala Bingo appeal date 20 July 2010
    General Hospital development goes to planning tomorrow 20 July 2010
    Secretary of State’s decision on Explore Living marina application 18 July 2010
    Old Market rescued by Stomp 17 June 2010
    Ban on "garden grabbing" will contribute to house building's "fall off a cliff" this year. 13 June 2010
    Plans for redevelopment of New England House 13 June 2010
    Brighton Marina planning decision 21 May 2010
    Brighton & Hove Planning Department changes 4 May 2010
    Park House planning appeal rejected 7 April 2010
    Royal Alex: a case of arrested development? 21 March 2010
    New designs for £400m redevelopment of Royal Sussex County Hospital 21 March 2010
    Phoenix planning application imminent 17 March 2010
    Conservative's planning green paper published 14 March 2010
    Royal Sussex Hospital redevelopment meeting 14 March 2010
    Montefiore House planning application 10 March 2010
    Council Leader clarifies Brighton Centre position 15 February 2010
    Brighton O Prepares Plans for Alternative Site 3 February 2010
    New proposals for Medina House on Hove seafront 16 January 2010
    Brighton ‘O’ decision deferred 11 January 2010
    Builders lobby Conservatives over local planning powers 3 January 2010
    Sackville Hotel site planning application expected 19 December 2009
    London Road masterplan 10 December 2009
    Royal Alex site to get a new planning brief 2 December 2009
    Brighton & Hove Urban Study the best in south east 27 November 2009
    Ship Hotel planning application 16 November 2009
    South Downs National Park signed off by government 13 November 2009
    Council gives Amex the green light for protection of over 3,000 jobs 5 November 2009
    Metropole Hotel objects to Brighton O attraction 24 October 2009
    Hove’s Connaught Centre is listed 23 October 2009
    Second Old Market planning application rejected 15 October 2009
    Falmer Academy planning application granted 15 October 2009
    Conservative government would be "deliberately pro-development” 28 September 2009
    New Preston Barracks proposals 11 September 2009
    Council to review reasons for refusal of Explore Living Marina application 27 August 2009
    New student hall of residence likely to be rejected. 9 August 2009
    Planning 'Need Test' confusion 25 July 2009
    Brighton O 25 July 2009
    Government cuts affect Shoreham Harbour 22 July 2009
    Amex Planning application submitted 30 June 2009
    Gala Bingo site appeal starts 29 June 2009
    Royal Alex appeal decision 18 June 2009
    Draft London Rd Central Masterplan SPD 21 May 2009
    Planning for Properous Economies 8 May 2009
    Another part of Station Goodsyard site goes to planning 30 April 2009
    South Downs National Park established 1 April 2009
    Park House planning rejected 4 March 2009
    Think tank pronounces on Brighton & Hove's economic future 12 February 2009
    Architectural Features consultation. 10 February 2009
    Royal Alex planning application goes to appeal 29 January 2009
    New Planning Act 17 December 2008
    Marina inner harbour planning application rejected 12 December 2008
    Proposed Clock Tower enhancements exhibition 11 December 2008
    Positive step for Explore Living’s imminent Marina planning decision. 6 December 2008
    Royal Alex site planning rejected 4 December 2008
    Marina office proposals 8 November 2008
    BHEP responds to PPS6 consultaion on planning for town centres 2 October 2008
    Tall buildings are good for the economy 11 September 2008
    Brighton University tackles the shortage of planners 9 September 2008
    Royal Alex site development plans revised (again) 29 August 2008
    Explore Living’s Marina plans could buck the trend 10 August 2008
    Brighton gets new one-way system 27 July 2008
    New Road continues to reap awards 22 July 2008
    Sackville Trading Estate plans 8 May 2008
    Portland Rd Bingo Hall plans withdrawn 8 May 2008
    Planning improved but still too slow 27 March 2008
    Infrastructure Fund launched 20 March 2008
    Economic Partnership (BHEP) responds to PPS4 14 March 2008
    Hove's Sackville Trading Estate redevelopment 1 March 2008
    Brighton’s Royal Alex redevelopment plans unacceptable 1 March 2008
    New plans for Wastewater Treatment Works 8 February 2008
    150 bed hotel for Brighton Marina 8 February 2008
    Economic Partnership Consultation opportunity on PPS4 - Planning & Economic Development 7 February 2008
    London Road - a diamond waiting to shine 2 February 2008
    Explore Living responds to questions about Marina application 24 January 2008
    Brighton & Hove Economic Partnership (BHEP) supports Brighton Marina redevelopment 12 January 2008
    Brighton & Hove sustainable homes setback 29 December 2007
    Planning should respond to economic opportunity 24 December 2007
    New plans for Brighton's Royal Alex site still meet with opposition 30 November 2007
    Do you know where we could build some houses? 22 November 2007
    Sustainable Building Design consultation 26 October 2007
    Brighton Hospital site to be redeveloped 2 October 2007
    Preston Barracks development at a ‘cross roads’ 6 September 2007
    So you think planning is easy? 2 July 2007
    Special King Alfred planning meeting arranged 2 July 2007
    Does planning committee decision threatens King Alfred? 28 June 2007
    Is it a green field, a brown field or a garden? 10 June 2007
    Green belt safe under new planning white paper 19 May 2007
    King Alfred decision confirmed by Ruth Kelly 18 May 2007
    Station site’s Beetham Tower rejection confirmed 18 May 2007
    North Laine clean up 13 May 2007
    Royal Alex Hospital demolition plans 9 May 2007
    Planning permission for Brighton Earthships 26 April 2007
    (Another) new voluntary code on commercial leases 13 April 2007
    Sussex Cricket Ground gets consent to redevelop 6 April 2007
    London Road Open Market plans update 1 April 2007
    Cricket Ground planning consent doubtful 30 March 2007
    King Alfred scheme gains planning consent 26 March 2007
    King Alfred gains planning consent 24 March 2007
    Churchill Square/Brighton Centre redevelopment moves closer 23 February 2007
    Anston House planning application rejected 19 February 2007
    Economic Partnership response to LDF 21 December 2006
    Brighton Eye delay 15 December 2006
    Calls for development of the urban fringe 6 December 2006
    London Road Open Market revamp 23 November 2006
    Consultation on LDF Sites Allocation - Issues & Options 22 November 2006
    Black Rock Ice Arena planning application imminent 20 October 2006
    Station Goodsyard Tower planning inquiry 16 October 2006
    Exion 27 finds a tenant 10 October 2006
    King Alfred gets P&R approval with strings attached 6 October 2006
    Lewes DC drops Falmer court case 4 October 2006
    Brighton needs more offices 15 September 2006
    Economic Partnership response to Brighton Eye 23 August 2006
    Build sooner, pay later 27 July 2006
    Council meets to debate the future of the Marina 16 July 2006
    Government’s transport “to do” list disappointment 12 July 2006
    Marina opponents pin their hopes on 1968 Act 12 July 2006
    Could lengthy planning disputes be a thing of the past? 8 July 2006
    King Alfred scheme far from “dead” 30 April 2006
    King Alfred figures challenged by Government Valuation office 23 April 2006
    Move into 21st Century national planners told 9 April 2006
    Conservatives ask for King Alfred to bypass planning committee 31 March 2006
    The best building that wasn’t good enough 20 March 2006
    Wind Farm axing confuses the energy picture 28 February 2006
    Brighton Centre - sending out the right message? 25 February 2006
    Employment Land Study consultation 15 February 2006
    A solution to the shortage of planners 10 February 2006
    Marina planning appeal goes straight to Deputy Prime Minister 10 February 2006
    Economic Partnership Chair laments Marina planning decision 22 November 2005
    Economic Partnership supports King Alfred planning application. 22 November 2005
    Planning Committee reject 1000 homes at the Marina 12 November 2005
    John Prescott in favour of Community Stadium at Falmer 28 October 2005
    Council’s P&R Committee backs progress 12 September 2005
    Economic Partnership backs Wastewater works in Peacehaven 18 August 2005
    Two new use classes added to food outlets 24 April 2005
    Braypool back as Park & Ride option for Brighton & Hove 27 January 2005
    Economic Partnership supports Marina application 20 January 2005
    40 storey tower at the centre of Brighton Marina planning application 19 November 2004
    Letter to the editor: Do we dismiss the idea of casinos in Brighton & Hove out of hand? 11 November 2004
    Flats for Brighton Ice Rink site 16 September 2004
    Brighton Planners get it right 16 September 2004
    Falmer debate to be revisited 29 July 2004
    Change of Use for Exion 27 indicates planning flexibility? 21 July 2004
    King Alfred Gehry Towers cut down to size 17 June 2004
    Brighton sets standards for sustainable buildings 24 May 2004
    The Planning and Compulsory Purchase Bill receives Royal Assent 20 May 2004
    Brighton Centre Public Consultation 23 April 2004
    Back Alley venue to be transformed into media club 12 April 2004
    Hove’s Babylon Lounge fails to Get Expansion Go Ahead 11 April 2004
    Hove library is not moving 27 March 2004
    Planning regime past its sell-by date 13 March 2004
    Seafront made safer for cyclists and pedestrians 29 February 2004
    Council says no to affordable homes near Redhill Close 29 February 2004
    Leading member of Economic Partnership pushes for increased Warehouse allocation 27 February 2004
    Local Plan Inspector shows limited understanding of Brighton’s problems 7 February 2004
    Brighton's West Pier laid to rest? - no chance 30 January 2004
    Regeneration to go ahead at Falmer campus 18 January 2004
    BBC Economics Editor Urges Flexibility in Local Planning 15 January 2004
    Shoreham Airport Consultation 18 November 2003
    Tall Buildings in Brighton and Hove 8 November 2003
    Can we have our cake and eat it? 27 October 2003
    The future of Brighton’s football stadium is sealed 26 October 2003
    Brighton Marina Development Plans Quadrupled 2 September 2003
    Stadium Stumble? 30 August 2003
    Planning Application Imminent for Wastewater Treatment Works 8 March 2003

  • Regional Policy
    One Public Estate [OPE] project gets £597,000 of government funding. 19 October 2016
    Boris wants a new regional plan for South East and London 24 November 2014
    IPSOS Mori poll supports new towns 26 June 2014
    Coastal West Sussex and Brighton agree Local Strategic Statement 6 February 2014
    Labour government plans could support Mayfields 22 November 2013
    Economic Partnership supports Mayfields 11 June 2013
    South Downs National Park established 1 April 2009
    Infrastructure Fund launched 20 March 2008
    Brighton must build more houses (but they are likely to be very small)! 30 August 2007

  • Transactions
    Desperate shortage of office space 2 August 2017
    Brighton Office space: full up 1 August 2016
    British Bookshops warehouse goes to cash-and-carry operator 28 May 2011
    Old Market rescued by Stomp 17 June 2010

  • Wastewater Treatment Works
    Thirty years work comes to award-winning fruition. 18 October 2013
    New plans for Wastewater Treatment Works 8 February 2008
    Plans for a waste water treatment works at Peacehaven rejected . 11 August 2007
    Economic Partnership backs Wastewater works in Peacehaven 18 August 2005
    Public Consultation on Shoreham Airport 7 December 2003


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    Adventures in risk taking for high growth businesses 27 October 2017
    Can your business benefit from offering a 'world of work' experience? 27 October 2017
    The Small Business Saturday Bus Tour launches across the UK for its fifth year 24 October 2017
    Business Networking & Case Study Visit with the Sustainable Business Partnership 24 October 2017
    Could you use an Energy Saving Workshop? 17 October 2017
    Peter Blake raffle raises £2,290 for Middle Street School 17 October 2017
    AMEX named major sponsor of city's bike share scheme 16 October 2017
    Ropetackle Business Friends scheme 4 October 2017
    VIRGIN STARTUP MEETUP 'HOW TO TELL (SELL) YOUR STORY' 3 October 2017
    BTN BikeShare: a successful first month 3 October 2017
    PLATF9RM open at Hove Town Hall 28 September 2017
    Green Light for Preston Barracks and Moulsecoomb Campus Regeneration 28 September 2017
    Local success story Giggling Squid at the Brighton Summit 25 September 2017
    Make Change Count 22 September 2017
    Economist Guy Standing is talking at the Brighton Summit 20 September 2017
    circus street welcomes first apprentice 20 September 2017
    Peter Blake live raffle draw in aid of local school 20 September 2017
    Rampion reaches major milestone as the final turbine is installed 20 September 2017
    TICKETS ON SALE THIS WEEK FOR THE ROYAL PAVILION ICE RINK'S WINTER SEASON 18 September 2017
    Virgin StartUp Meetup Brighton 14 September 2017
    The future of the workplace 12 September 2017
    NSAFS Certificate in Leadership and Management 7 September 2017
    Greater Brighton chiefs welcome the British Science Festival to town 4 September 2017
    The case for 'Putting it Right' Sessions. 31 August 2017
    Gatwick Diamond Meet the Buyers - Understanding Airport Based Business Procurement