Thursday, 10 November 2011

Making Brighton and Hove A Walkable City: A Living Streets Public Meeting

LS logo Living Streets Brighton and Hove is hosting a public meeting on "Making Brighton and Hove A Walkable City." A ‘walkable’ city is a city where people select walking as their preferred choice of travel for health and to relax, and one where walking is readily available as a safe, connected, accessible and pleasant activity. The meeting is at 7.30pm on Monday 28th November in the Function Room, The Lord Nelson Inn, 36 Trafalgar Street, BN1 4ED (close to Brighton Station). Confirmed speakers are:
  • Cllr Ian Davey: Cabinet Member for Transport & Public Realm, Deputy Convenor of the Green Group, Deputy Leader (Non-Executive) of Brighton & Hove City Council
  • Cllr Gill Mitchell: Leader of the Labour & Co-operative Group
  • Cllr. Geoffrey Theobald: Leader, Conservative Group
  • Stephen Young, Chair, Brighton and Hove Living Streets
If you know anybody who might be interested, please send them a link to this page – if you plan to attend, it would help to gauge numbers if you dropped an email to If you aren’t able to attend the meeting, but would like to keep in touch with Living Streets Brighton and Hove Group, you can send an email with “Update” in the header to the same email address.

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