brighton and hove housing coalition

Brighton and Hove Housing Coalition: One Year On

We have changed housing forever in Brighton and Hove. Check out what we have coming up?

Image of John Hadman in a red scarf and hat

Report on the history of homelessness in Brighton and Hove 2017

Despite almost 4000 signatures on the petition and a positive vote from council members to take immediate action, an announcement was made in January 2017 that the provision wouldn’t start until the winter of 2017-18. Funding of £135,000 was agreed in April 2017 to support it.

The Rotherfield Crescent site containing derelict garages for 4 council homes

Financial Transparency over the Rotherfield Crescent Development?

For reasons known perhaps to herself Ms Meadows wanted any discussion to be kept secret on the grounds of ‘financial sensitivity'.

Image of Jim Deans and team with the homeless bus in Brighton

Mobile Bus Shelter for the Homelesss

Recently the charity has acquired an old school bus and is converting it to a mobile night shelter. There are ten bunks upstairs and seating and bathroom area downstairs. Construction is nearly finished but volunteers are still required for some DIY and for overnight support when the bus is active.

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