Brighton & Hove City Council is considering requiring all Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs) in areas with particularly high student populations to be licensed. Currently, landlords owning HMOs only need apply to the council for[...]
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Plans for a reported £17m redevelopment of the historic Brighton Open Market have been approved. Ideas for a new market were first conceived in April 2006, when the Council’s Policy and Resource Committee commissioned a[...]
The gay capital of Britain, home of the most radical university, the constituency of the first Green MP, the starting point of a nudist bike ride and served by buses running on cooking oil. Brighton[...]
Students bicycling to and from Sussex campus should be aware that police in Brighton are now taking a hard line on correct visibility. In collaboration with the City Council, the police are now involved in[...]
Students in Sussex could be seriously affected by a new law that would see undergraduates in groups of 3 or more unable to rent shared accommodation. The contentious government legislation was proposed earlier this year[...]
The Argus has reported that Sussex is facing a ‘ticking dental time bomb’ as figures released last week show a significant drop in the number of people visiting NHS dental surgeries.
Euthanasia expert Philip Nitschke, internationally known as ‘Dr. Death’, was banned from a hotel in Eastbourne last week. He had arranged a ‘suicide workshop’ in the Langham Hotel on the Royal Parade in Eastbourne last[...]