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Royal Alex Public Meeting
Developers Taylor Wimpey are holding a public meeting on 20th May at 7pm in St. Michael's Church.
Council planning report rejects development
Officers recommend that councillors reject Taylor Wimpey's planning application.
3rd Jan deadline for objections to new application
Taylor-Wimpey have re-presented their plans to demolish the Royal Alexandra hospital to make way for a block of 156 flats. Objections must be in by 3rd January 2008.
Central Parking Survey
Your chance to have your say: committee member and street rep for Clifton Place John Riddington is currently conducting surveys of the parking situation.
Royal Alexandra Development Exhibition
Details from the public exhibition
North Central Brighton Traffic Order
Details of the changes to the newly proposed NORTH section - any objections must be lodged by 16th August 2006
South Central Brighton Traffic Order
Details of the changes to the newly proposed SOUTH section - any objections must be lodged by 16th August 2006
New Policing Structure
Some of the methods of community policing are changing, including the introduction of Specialist Neighbourhood Policing Teams.
40 Years in the Royal Alexandra Hospital
Theatre Sister Hilary Bond retired this summer after working for forty years in the Ear, Nose and Throat Department at the Royal Alexandra Hospital.
New parking shake-up proposed.
Graffiti – The Writing's on the Wall
Graffiti is a problem for many areas in our city. Find out more about the issues involved.
The Local Development Framework
The CMPCA was formed as a response to the introduction of the Local Development frame work. Find out more about it here.
Royal Alexandra Hospital Listing Application Submitted
Tony Davenport, one of the founding members of the CMPCA, has written to English Heritage to request that the main building of the hospital be considered for listing.
The CMPCA website is designed and maintained by two of the CMPCA founders, Tony Davenport and Corinne Attwood.
If you would like to contribute a news item, or if you run a local activity or community group in the CMPCA area you can post details of your upcoming meetings and events here. Please contact Tony to find out how.