A neglected and run down building that formed part of the backdrop to recent anti-squatting legislation has been refurbished and brought back into use. The property in central Hove has been empty since 2009, attracting anti-social behaviour, a police raid and two episodes of squatting which resulted in thousands of pounds worth of damage. However,…
Coronavirus (Covid-19): Latest information and advice
England has now moved to step 4 of the roadmap
Coronavirus is still a serious health risk.
This means that everyone should be cautious while managing the risks to help protect yourself and others.
The case numbers in Brighton & Hove are still very high. As such the government expects and recommends that you also:
- wear face coverings when in enclosed spaces such as public transport
- meet outside where possible, or let fresh air in when you are inside
- keep your social contacts to a minimum
Brighton & Hove City Council’s website contains all the latest information for residents in the city.
For general help and advice visit: www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/coronavirus-help
If you need emergency help with food, energy bills and other essentials visit https://www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/request-help-yourself-or-someone-else and select: COMMUNITY HUB HELPLINE from the list on the left side of the page.
Alternatively you can call the Community Hub on: 01273 293117 Monday to Friday 10.00am to 4.30pm
Further advice and help can be found below: