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The priorities on our doorstep

At the final Brighton and Hove City Council meeting before the summer break, the Green Party brought a motion to council on the TTIP Trade Tariffs deal… 400 more words

Council

Labour is putting in place a strong team to lead the city next May

I agree with Mike Holland on at least one point: there is no room for “numpties” at the council.

With a budget reducing by more than £100 million and enormous challenges facing the city in terms of housing, schools, development and poverty, we need people leading the council who are up to the task. 477 more words

Council

Guilt by association

BPF Director of Policy Ian Fletcher discredits the misleading information on homelessness being reported, and delves into what the statistics actually say.

The World Cup wasn’t the only footy on television last night. 636 more words

British Property Federation

Housing the city

Most of us in Brighton and Hove live in houses built on what were open fields and Downland a hundred years ago. Many of our estates and suburbs were added relatively recently, in the post war period. 843 more words

Council

Lambeth's innovative approach to housing

Cross-posted from the London Labour Party blog.

Both supply and affordability pose big challenges for us in Lambeth, but we’re frustrated in our aims to provide new and affordable homes in the borough both by national policy and the Mayor of London. 506 more words

Campaign Update

Hey everyone! Thanks so much for your support, it’s been brilliant. We’ve been putting together a report to send to Assembly Members (and anyone else who is interested!) to show that bad standards of private renting. 65 more words

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