New cycle spaces set to pop up around Brighton and Hove

Two hundred new cycle parking spaces will have been installed in Brighton and Hove by the end of this financial year, the council said.

Iceland take a stand against plastic

Iceland announces plastic-free packaging plan

Frozen food retailer Iceland has announced it will become the first major retailer globally to eliminate plastic packaging from all of its own brand products by the end of 2023.

Watch what you put down the sink this Christmas

Experts issue warning over Christmas fatbergs and how to avoid them

It’s the time to eat, drink and be merry – but experts are warning people to dispose of Christmas leftovers carefully or face creating costly festive fatbergs.

A report has been released by Water UK

COUNTY NEWS: Wet wipes most common reason for sewage blockages

A report by Water UK has revealed wet wipes are the most common reason for sewage blockages.

Ex-NASA engineer reveals quickest way to defrost windscreens

Ex-NASA engineer reveals quickest way to defrost windscreens

With frosty mornings well and truly here, one man has revealed the quickest way to clear your windscreen in the mornings.

Hannah Moss and Georgia Nicholas from Footsteps Day Nursery and Paul Nash from the Department for Transport

Nursery school children put their best foot forward to win sustainable travel award

A nursery in Portslade has won special status for cutting the number of children travelling to nursery by car.

Getting a refill at the Foodshed Brighton

City signs up to free tap water scheme in war against plastic

In a bid to reduce the use of plastic bottles, more than 100 businesses have signed up to Refill Brighton and Hove by offering free tap water to the public
Rampion wind farm

Rampion wind turbines begin to spin

The first of the wind turbines off the Sussex coast has started spinning and generating power.

There are plans for a Rampion visitor centre in Brighton

Wind farm developer announces £4m funding pot and visitor centre

The developer of a 116-turbine wind farm off the Sussex coast will plough £4 million into the community, it was revealed today (November 7).

Happenstance at The Level

New gateway to The Level unveiled

A new archway will welcome visitors to The Level, with a sculpture reflecting the history of the park.

Cllr Gill Mitchell

Extra cash to improve play areas across city

Play parks in Brighton and Hove will get a revamp after a £102,000 underspend in the parks and open spaces budget.

There will be a day of action to clean up unsightly tagging and graffiti in the city

Day of action to clean up tagging and graffiti

A day of action against 'unsightly graffiti and tagging' will take place in Brighton and Hove today (November 1).

The Monster Mash: Ghouls clean up the beach at silent disco

Ghosts and ghouls tackle beach litter on 'Hallowclean'

A Halloween-themed beach clean and silent disco saw 130 ghouls collect 350kg of rubbish from Brighton's seafront on Sunday (October 29).
Bonfire makers are asked to keep a lookout for nesting hedgehogs

How to keep hedgehogs and other wildlife safe this Bonfire season

Bonfire-makers are being asked to take steps to save nesting hedgehogs from a terrible fate this Autumn.

Cllr Phelim Mac Cafferty will call on the council to sign up  to the plastic-free pledge, and encourage others in the city to do so

Greens to call for 'plastic-free city' by phasing out bottles and straws

Green councillors are set to urge the local authority to take action on plastic, by encouraging traders, residents and businesses to use more sustainable alternatives to plastic bottles, cups and straws.
Residents campaigning against the controversial plans in 2013

COUNTY NEWS: ‘Cuadrilla are not wanted’ say residents

Residents are gearing up for another battle after Cuadrilla announced it plans to submit a new planning application to test its oil well in a Sussex village.

The exploration well in Balcombe. Picture: Steve Robards

COUNTY NEWS: Cuadrilla to submit new application to test oil well

Oil and gas exploration company Cuadrilla says it plans to submit a new planning application to West Sussex County Council to flow test and monitor its existing exploration oil well at its site in Sussex.

Flytipping in Brighton and Hove

Council triples flytipping fines in one year

Brighton and Hove City Council is one of the most active in the country for tackling flytipping, new research reveals.
New solar panels help to power University of Sussex

New solar panels help to power University of Sussex

The co-leader of the Green Party switched on more than 3,000 solar panels at the University of Sussex yesterday (October 13), which aims to halve its carbon emissions by 2020.

Green Centre founder Melanie Rees

Eco-campaigners spread the word on new community bus

A community environmental project has found a new home – on four wheels.

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