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Round Hill

CRIME and ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR is more of a problem now than it was a year ago, survey results suggest. Read more on this.

Click here for info on the University Police Liaison Officer

Research project on Round Hill Community

The University of Brighton runs
Community University Partnership Programme.

In 2012, CUPP funded a Round Hill Community Survey. Feedback from this was published in the June 2012 Round Hill Reporter. A detailed report was presented by Yi-Chun Chen, an MA student in Community Psychology.

The design of the survey form took several drafts. The Round Hill Society's  response to residents' feedback has been two-fold:

[1] action - sample of Round Hill events held in 2017

[2] information in support of the community

Brighton and Hove City Council

KEEP IN TOUCH WITH YOUR LOCAL COUNCIL

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Houses of Multiple Occupation: HMOs

What are the Council's rules on Houses of Multiple Occupation?

2017 Map of Houses of Multiple Occupation in Brighton & Hove
Brighton and Hove City Council updates the above every 6 months.

HMO BULLETIN April 2017 for latest information on Houses of Multiple Occupation

 

Round Hill Community Autumn Clean-up

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Thank you to all those who volunteered for our 2018 Autumn Clean-up on Sunday 14th October and The Round Hill Society is especially grateful to CityClean for coming round and collecting the blue bags after our 2pm finish. read and see more.

Reporting pollution from The Dump

ODOUR FROM WTS? Tel. 0800 80 70 60 The Environment Agency

  • Not Veolia, Not The Council: report pollution to the EA
  • Three separate complaints on 1 day prompt a call-out from the EA, which gives Hollingdean Dep its licence to operate & sets conditions
  • Whenever a complaint is logged The Environment Agency will ask the caller to rate the strength of the odour on a scale of 1 to 6. However, their investigating officer already knows exactly why The Hollingdean Waste Transfer Station has been a nuisance to nearby residents ever since the facility came into operation early in 2009.
  • Click on the picture below for results of Environment Agency's investigation into odour

 

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Dog fouling & what to do about it
Dogs Failure to pick up after a dog has fouled a public open space (such as a pavement, road, park, field, or the beach) could cost the owner a fine of up to £1000. Our Council's Animal Warden Team page links to PDF posters which residents are invited to print and display.

Information on what to do about regular problems with dog waste is given here. Incident reporting can be done at this link under the category 'cleaning'.

Click on the mini-picture to the left for a large PDF version which can be printed and displayed. 

 

 

Highlighting unremoved dog poo

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Pictured on The Cats Creep: Annie Rimington & 2 RH children.

Neil Pringle from BBC Radio Sussex interviewed Sandy Hawkins from The Round Hill Society on the above idea to encourage owners to clean up after their dogs.  The newspaper article focuses on the health risks (TOXOCARIASIS) posed - especially to young children with the habit of putting their hands in their mouth - by roundworm parasites found in mess from cats, dogs and foxes. 

Both reports emphasize the need to find a good solution which does not prove counterproductive by leading to ill-tempered confrontation.

 

Learning from thermal images

Thank you to all Round Hill residents who helped the University of Brighton (School of Environment and Technology) with their research. They have used their findings to produce a peer-reviewed publication which was presented at a conference held by the Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM) in Fitzwilliam College in Cambridge University.

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Using a special camera, thermal images were taken of participating Round Hill households in February 2017.

The image reveals where heat is escaping. The University of Brighton carries out wide and varied research in the field of environmental sustainability and the performance of buildings, including evaluation of their environmental impact.

 

Round Hill Book Group has set up its own Facebook Group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/153040458671259/?fref=gs&dti=1278271078868009&hc_location=group

Round Hill Readers Book Group



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

Report on Carol Singing: 14 Dec 2017

£299.65 raised for MartletsCare

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Steam trains pass the north of Round Hill

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Click on the three links (below) for Mov clips
[suitable for email attachments]

The Oliver Cromwell Sat 7th June from Ditchling Road

Black V Sun 8th June from London Road Station footbridge

The Oliver Cromwell steam locomotive, running somewhat latepassed Round Hill in both directions (2pm and 2.15pm) on Sat 7th June leading at the front on its return journey eastwards. Another steam locotive, Black V, did the same, but running to time, on Sun 8th June 2014. 

These special excursions were to mark the 150th anniversary of the Brighton to Seaford line.

 

Local markets


Open Market & London Road regeneration

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Florence Road Farmers Market Every Saturday from 9.30am to 1.30pm One Church Courtyard near London Road Station. Fruit & veg, meat & fish, bread & dairy, street food, espresso bar, etc. Sat 9:30-1:30. BN1 6DL CarolFlorence Road Farmers Market
Local fruit & veg., fresh bread, home roasted coffee, handmade crafts, artisan foods, cakes & more. Links to their Twitter and Facebook pages.

 

 

Community Links


Community Base, a registered charity operating from 113 Queens Road, Brighton BN1 3XG, provides a home for community and voluntary groups in Brighton and Hove.

Brighton & Hove Community Works was created in 2013 following a merger between

  1. Brighton and Hove Community and Voluntary Sector Forum
  2. Performance Development Service (formerly a service of Impetus)
  3. Skills Exchange (formerly a service of Business Community Partnership) and
  4. Volunteer Centre, Brighton and Hove (formerly a service of Impetus).
This page was last updated by Ted on 24-Oct-2018
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