46-54 Old London Road: A proposal by MacCarthy & Stone

Posted on Oct 7, 2016 in homepage information
46-54 Old London Road: A proposal by MacCarthy & Stone

44 supported one and two bedroom flats of Lifetime Homes standards

Two vacant villas in Preston Road, conversion into flats and houses

Posted on Jan 15, 2015 in homepage information
Two vacant villas in Preston Road, conversion into flats and houses

Two council-owned villas at 251-253 Preston Road, currently unused, are to be leased to a housing association to provide 32 dwellings, 40% of them affordable

Two more villas in Preston Road converted to 16 one and two bedroom flats

Posted on Jan 27, 2014 in homepage information

The Council owned semi-detached villas 243 and 245 Preston Road have been converted by Seaside Community Homes. Seaside Homes have transformed 351 Council owned dwellings since its formation in November 2011. They hope to to convert 499 buildings by 2016, helping to reduce Brighton’s 16,000-strong housing waiting list. Seaside Homes borrowed £30 million to fund […]

CONCERN OVER THE STATE OF ST AUGUSTINE’S CHURCH HALL

Posted on Jul 14, 2013 in homepage information

PIECES OF THE FABRIC OF THE FRONT OF ST AUGUSTINE’S CHURCH HALL HAVE BEEN FALLING OFF. These pieces have now been stored inside the hall itself.

REPAIRS TO THE PRESTON ROAD VILLAS HAS BEGUN, BUT PROGRESS SEEMS PAINFULLY SLOW

Posted on Jul 11, 2013 in homepage information

The villas are now securely boarded up, the front gardens have been baricaded and the buildings covered with plastic sheeting.  The Preston and Patcham Society welcomed this scheme for social housing. The Society had feared that funding to carry out the work has been cancelled as a result of the credit crunch and the villas […]

PATCHAM COURT FARM IS BACK ON THE MARKET

Posted on Jul 9, 2013 in homepage information

The developer who had plans for a new hotel and office accommodation on the Patcham Court Farm site has now dropped out. The Local Plan designated the site for office development, but did not mention an hotel. The Preston and Old Patcham Society has always maintained that the site is only suitable for low-rise housing, […]