Eastbourne Borough Council news
The Town Hall is over 130 years old and as with any building of such great age, periodical conservation works are needed to ensure the much-loved landmark remains in good condition.
Councillor Pat Rodohan, who recently handed over to new Mayor Candy Vaughan, donated the money to Eastbourne Mencap, which supports local adults with learning disabilities, and Eastbourne Foodbank, a charity that provides emergency food for people in crisis.
Best Bar None Eastbourne, which is supported by the Home Office and the drinks industry, was launched at Foundry in The Beacon on Wednesday (June 14).
The sessions are to encourage feedback as part of a public consultation on the Local Plan Growth Strategy, which sets out the level of housing and employment growth that could be accommodated in Eastbourne up to 2039, including the key development sites where future development might take place.
The property in Park Avenue was the subject of complaints from neighbours and despite the homeowner promising that the garden would be cleared within three months, nothing was done.
Cabinet councillors at Eastbourne Borough Council have agreed to consult residents on the amount of development that could be provided in Eastbourne and where it would be built.