As most of us are aware flu can be very debilitating but also very serious for vulnerable people. The attached booklet with key information about flu, key groups that are at risk and flu vaccination has been provided by Public Health England team at BHCC.
Rory Connelly the FOPA streetscape committee member has been working hard to ensure that our Palmeira & Adelaide streetscape is enhanced and improved. Below is a summary of some of the key areas he has covered over the summer.
Palmeira Square is one of the selected locations for the bike docking station and this is in place on the traffic Island at the top of the square. With capacity for 13 bikes and newly dropped curbs it is proving easy to access and has become a success.
New 4G services have recently launched in our area. The organisation, at800, was set up under Government direction to provide free assistance to those experiencing Freeview interference as a result.
It’s easy to donate your old IT equipment to Computers 4 Africa and we will be in your area soon.
Following the consultation about installing communal rubbish bins in Adelaide Crescent and Palmeira Square, the City Infrastructure team are now in a position to provide details of the placement of these bins in the square and crescent.
PAN 09: Householder guidance on energy efficiency for historic houses in Conservation Areas
Local resident Balint Bodroghy visited the Hollingdean MRF (Materials Recovery Facility) of Veolia on 01/12/16.
The council voted on 29th November to the installation of communal rubbish bins in all the historic squares. They will also be installing communal recycling bins in Palmeira Square and Adelaide Crescent.
The Friends of Palmeira & Adelaide received 70 responses, approx 30% of our Members, to the survey regarding the proposed communal bins and the following are the results. This gives us all an idea of how the residents feel about this issue.