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Conservatives say ‘Save the Park Rangers’

Conservatives on Brighton & Hove City Council are calling for the Council’s Labour Administration to abandon its plans to slash the number of Park...

Permit Pollution Tax

Permit Pollution Tax hits B&H
Conservative Councillors at Environment, Transport and Sustainability Committee today raised concerns about the huge hidden price increases in Labour’s parking fees and charges that...

Conservatives call for greater ambition over second London rail mainline

Conservative Group Leader on Brighton & Hove City Council, Cllr. Geoffrey Theobald, is calling for a second Brighton to London rail mainline – BML2...

Conservative Warning as Valley Gardens Roadworks to Start & Shelter Hall...

Artist's impression of Shelter Hall scheme.
Local Conservatives were delighted when the Government, through the Department for Transport, allocated £9 million from the Highways Maintenance Challenge Fund, for the redevelopment and...

Conservative Calls For Developers To make Their Economic Viability Assessments Public

Cllr Robert Nemeth, Conservative Group Economic Development & Culture Spokesman, has called for developers to make their economic viability assessments public. This is following...

Conservatives Defend City’s Tenants

At a meeting of The Audit & Standards Committee in City Chambers, on Tuesday March 27th, Conservative Councillors Nick Lewry, and Andrew Wealls -...

Conservatives Question Hangleton Bottom Development Costs

Hangleton Bottom
At Environment, Transport and Sustainability Committee on 23-01-18, Conservative Councillors raised concerns about the costs to relocate Cityparks’ depot to Hangleton Bottom. £745,000 Vs £160,000...

Cllr Taylor Writes to Chief Exec on Behalf of Frustrated Withdean...

Local Conservative Cllr Nick Taylor has this week written to Brighton and Hove City Council Chief Executive Geoff Raw outlining the need for urgent action...

Lack of Funding Will Damage Parks

THE lack of funding for parks is a "tragedy" which will irreversibly damage our green spaces, a Councillor has warned. Councillor Louisa Greenbaum was speaking...

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