The Greater Brighton City Region is a true functional economic area, stretching from Crawley and Gatwick Airport in the north to Lewes in the east and Worthing in the west. It benefits from an extraordinary mix of coastal, urban and rural landscapes which, alongside strong cultural, heritage, visitor and sports offers, makes the entire City Region highly attractive for skilled labour and inward investment opportunities.
Brighton & Hove Albion's Premier League rise contributed more than £200 million to the wider Greater Brighton area, an independent report has revealed. The study into the club's – commissioned by the club, and carried out by Marshall Regen and the University of...read more
Clean growth, creating world-class digital infrastructure and tackling transport issues - those are the priorities of the new chairman of Greater Brighton as he pledged to continue to push for investment in and recognition of the City Region. Cllr Dan Humphreys, who...read more
Landscape and the needs of local communities are central to the new South Downs National Park Local Plan which has now been formally adopted. The Plan covers the entire National Park for the next 14 years with the policies designed to preserve the...read more