There’s two consultations live at the moment – The Council’s Transport survey which runs to 14th March– the Police & Crime Commissioner’s Dog Theft survey Both of these surveys may have implications for Palmeira and Adelaide residents that are difficult to include in the broader surveys. For example, on transport: We’re being encouraged to cycle. […]
Brighton and Hove Council has made the decision that due to the pandemic and with the subsequent lockdowns, anyone who still has visitor permits which expired at the end of 2020, that they have extended the expiry date until the end of December 2021.
Do you live in the Palmeira & Adelaide area? Are you interested in volunteering with FOPA? Do you have spare time to help your local community group? If you can answer Yes – we’d love to hear from you!
At last some good news to report – Two important FOPA campaigns have reached successful conclusions.
Many of us may find Christmas difficult this year, for lots of different reasons. Some community groups have provided some useful links to resources that may help in this time;
Lighting of the Annual Christmas Tree at the Floral Clock, Palmeira Square in 2020
Advanced notice of reduced parking in NW Palmeira Sq, on the 25th & 26th November 2020. Please note a large number of spaces will be required for this work and notices will go up as usual warning of the works and the spaces to be occupied.
The Rose Garden in Palmeira Gardens is is need of an upgrade. Two of the beds (the two to the north) are beginning to deteriorate and it will not be long before they will need replacing.
A notice has just been put up on the three disabled parking bays outside 30-34 Palmeira Square, stating that they are to be removed. Without these bays, and with the current pressure on Zone M parking, these disabled residents may face a long walk from their cars to the house, particularly after 8pm.
Road safety concerns constitute 15% of all correspondence the Police commissioner receives from local residents.