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Following the Police and Crime Commissioner's successful bid to the Home Office for £473,396 Safer Streets funding for parts of Central St Leonards, work is now underway with residents and...
Hastings Museum & Art Gallery's new Indigenous Engagement Policy, developed in collaboration with the Universities of Kent and East Anglia's Arts & Humanities...
Hastings Borough Council has led a successful bid, on behalf of councils across East Sussex, to the government's Green Homes Grant fund to help households living in fuel poverty
Hastings Borough Council's cabinet has endorsed eight priorities for the council's COVID-19 recovery plan and outlined a commitment to work with partners, such as the Local Strategic Partnership
Hastings Borough Council leads county effort to keep rough sleepers off the streets as winter approaches
Hastings Borough Council is the lead partner amongst councils in East Sussex in a joint bid for money from the government's Next Steps Accommodation Project
This week the council hosted a climate change workshop.
The Foreshore Trust is inviting non-profit-making voluntary and community groups to submit applications for funding.
Hastings Borough Council has still not received confirmation from the government on its proposed new selective licensing scheme that was consulted on back in 2019.
Connecting Hastings and Rother Together (CHART) is looking to help organisations that have new and innovative ways to help people back into jobs.
Hastings Town Deal Board is delighted that the Government has approved its bid for £1 million funding for four exciting projects.