Monthly Archives: May 2018

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Brighton and Hove bids to be Channel 4’s new home

From Brighton and Hove News

Channel 4 is being urged to relocate to Brighton and Hove as it looks for premises outside London.

The state-owned television company invited pitches from across the country last month as it started its search for three new “creative hubs”.

Brighton and Hove City Council, working with the local television sector, put in a bid on Friday 11 May.

The bid also involves the Greater Brighton Metropolitan College, Sussex University and Brighton University.

It outlines Brighton and Hove’s “distinctive offering as a major digital and creative centre”, the council said.

It said: “In April, Channel 4 launched its ‘4 All the UK’ strategy and invited pitches from cities and regions across the UK.

“The company plans to open three new creative hubs, including a national HQ, bringing 300 jobs to the regions.

“The Brighton and Hove bid highlights the city’s established success in media, digital innovation and the arts, its unique character as a location known for its quality of life and independent spirit, and its excellent transport links nationally and internationally, including its close proximity to Gatwick Airport.

Visit Brighton has said it’s delighted to support the bid, as the city’s reputation for digital innovation and the arts, and its excellent transport links would make it an ideal destination for Channel 4.”

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Graffiti concern – open letter to Cllr Emma Daniel – 24th April 2018

To Brighton City Council via Cllr Emma Daniel, Major concern regarding exponential growth of graffiti across our City Chairpersons representing a wide variety of community groups across the city wish to voice their concern regarding the massive increase of graffiti and tagging across the city, particularly over the last twelve months. We are requesting leadership […]

via Graffiti concern – open letter to Cllr Emma Daniel – 24th April 2018 — London Road Area Local Action Team

Active for Life Programme for Spring-Summer

From Active for Life – 

The Spring to Summer 2018 Active for Life Programme contains all our regular and special Healthwalks as well as details of the Healthy Lifestyle Team’s other local physical activity sessions for adults, kids and families.

We have walks and activities for people of all abilities, and lots of sessions and walks that are good for beginners and those currently getting little or no physical activity.

All our regular and one-off walks and sessions are listed, and there is a ‘venue list’ with bus details too so you can find where to go and how to get there easily.

Active for Life Programme Spring-Summer (PDF 5MB) from May – October 2018 inclusive.

Reported Crime Statistics March 2018

Sussex Police have released reported crime statistics for March 2018, the latest figures available.

Click on the map for detailed information:

Here is a brief summary of the crime information for the past two months:

February 2018 March 2018
All crime 59 69
Anti-social behaviour 8 17
Bicycle theft 4 7
Burglary 4 1
Criminal damage and arson 5 5
Drugs 4 4
Other crime 2 0
Other theft 3 3
Possession of weapons 0 1
Public order 3 5
Robbery 1 1
Shoplifting 0 1
Theft from the person 0 0
Vehicle crime 6 9
Violence and sexual offences 19 15

Please visit https://www.police.uk/shape/AnxkDj/ for more information including outcomes for these crimes and contact information for your local policing team.