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LH CONTENTS 4 | MARMONT DEVELOPMENTS Discover West Sussex’s best kept secret: Waterside

7 | MONEY MATTERS

Craig Poulter says: Love it or hate it, it’s happening.

7 | NOW & THEN

Some result that was, by Andy Garth

8 | GHULAM HUSSAIN CUP

Crown Office Row, Brighton’s annual beach volleyball tournament won by Stiles Harold Williams

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9 | BRIGHTON’S BIG SCREEN

Brighton’s Big Screen is back with a summer movie bonanza!

10 | PUBLIC NOTICES Business applications

11 | PROJECT BRIGHTON

Crowdfunding campaign launched to restore Madeira Terrace

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MONEY MATTERS Craig Poulter says: Love it or hate it, it’s happening

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015 saw the start of many significant changes in the buy to let market. George Osborne announced tax changes that would see dramatic adjustments in criteria for mortgaging let properties. This was followed in April of 2016 by increased stamp duty costs for anyone purchasing not only a buy to let property but also second homes. If you’re unsure how much difference these changes make here’s an example. If you are buying a property to be your primary residence at £250,000 the stamp duty liability is £2,500 but if this is to be let or a second home the cost quadruples to £10,000.

There is no doubt that we as a nation are obsessed by the housing market and I can say with confidence this a major contributing factor in the surging house prices in the last 5 years. Many will have no sympathy for the changes thrust upon the buy to let landlords. However, bear in mind without property investors how would the state cope with replacing the 5.4 million private rental homes estimated to be in the UK in 2015? Absolutely, the standard of let properties in the UK needs to be improved (even regulated). 2017 has seen and will see more changes to the criteria of buy to let mortgages. On the 30th September the second phase of the Prudential Regulation Authority report is implemented. If you’re reading this as a buy to let investor with four or more properties your life is again going to become more complicated. Now being considered a “portfolio” landlord will result in additional questions regarding your other let property as well as potentially larger rental income needed for newly acquired property. There is no arguing with the fact that changes were required in the market to

NOW & THEN Some result that was, by Andy Garth

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ell I promised to you that I would be getting back to the old stuff and announcing some results from the latest auction, and here are some of the highlights. The unusual card with the butchers shop at 107 Western Road Brighton sold for £32 and as it was a one off, we thought that was a fair price. We thought we were just a very local

Brighton Hove and Sussex based event, but we had a London buyer who bought the England v Wale programme shown to the right. He paid £17 and was very happy with his journey. The Saltdean advert was sold to a buyer who had travelled up from Devon, stayed in a hotel and spent a fair few pounds buying lots of bits and bobs including the advert for just £6.

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ensure no repeats of the 2008 collapse are possible. Many, however, feel that the changes designed to create a more level housing market without the huge peaks and troughs will have detrimental results for those renting. As costs for landlords increase you can bet your bottom dollar monthly rental costs will follow suit.

“ We as a nation are

obsessed by the housing market ”

It’s fair to say the changes were made with first time buyers at the forefront of many decisions, some reported to be missing out on homes due to buy to let landlords being a more attractive buyer for those selling. First time buyers have benefited considerably since the changes were implemented, Halifax announced that 335,750 first timers got onto the housing ladder in 2016 up 7% on 2015. If nothing else this is extremely positive. So, if you’re a landlord or a first time buyer and want to know how this affects your plans get in touch for a free initial chat. Craig Poulter Certs CII (MP &ER) www.venturemm.co.uk 01323 894532

In previous issues you may have read about some old Brighton and Hove Albion Season tickets. These went for a combined total of just under £300, and I also mentioned the metal 'for sale' sign – this went for £105.

“ The Saltdean advert

was sold to a buyer who had travelled up from Devon ”

So if you have anything, no matter how small or uninteresting you may think it is, sitting around the house serving no purpose at all, and it has anything to do with Brighton, Hove or Sussex we may well have a buyer out there. Email me on brightonandhovestuff@gmail.com or bring it to the shop at 28 Western Road Hove BN3 1AF. Thanks.

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GHULAM HUSSAIN CUP Crown Office Row, Brighton’s annual beach volleyball tournament won by Stiles Harold Williams

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rown Office Row held their 7th annual beach volleyball tournament at Yellowave beach sports venue located on Madeira Drive in Brighton. This year’s event contested the Ghulam Hussain Cup which is named after a dear colleague and keen participant in the annual volleyball competition, following his unexpected passing in 2015. The tournament was won by Stiles Harold Williams, independent property advisors based in Jubilee Street, and the trophy will have pride of place in their office for the next 12 months.

This year the tournament was the biggest yet with 18 teams taking part and raising £2,675 for Rockinghorse Children’s Charity. This brings the total raised for the Brighton­based charity to £15,000 from this event over the last seven years. Participating teams in the tournament this year were: Crown Office Row, Brighton Goodlaw Solicitors Anderson Rowntree Helix Law Bishop and Light Solicitors Irwin Mitchell Solicitors Coole Bevis LLP Leasehold Law Dean Wilson LLP M. Cray & Co Disputes Mediated Quality Solicitors Barwells DMH Stallard RSM UK EMC Management Consultants Stiles Harold Williams Flude Commercial Wannops LLP

Barristers and clerks from Crown Office Row

As the official fundraising arm of The Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital (the Alex) and a vital supporter of the Trevor Mann Baby Unit (TMBU), the money raised will enable Rockinghorse to continue to support sick children and babies in Sussex by providing much­needed life­saving and cutting­edge medical equipment. Event organiser, James Hart, who is the First Junior Clerk at Crown Office Row barristers Chambers said: “We are grateful to each of the teams that took part in the tournament and their much valued support of this annual event.“

“ Raising £2,675 for

Rockinghorse Children’s Charity ”

Rockinghorse Corporate Fundraising Manager, Analiese Doctrove, added: “The Crown Office Row volleyball tournament is always a fantastic event with supporters taking part from companies from across the city. We would of course like to say a huge thank you to everyone for taking part and helping to raise the £2,675 for Rockinghorse. This takes the Crown Office Row total to £15,000 which has enabled us to continue our vital work at The Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital, Brighton – thank you!”.

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BIG SCREEN STARS Brighton’s Big Screen is back with a summer movie bonanza!

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righton’s world famous beach is taking centre stage this summer to screen an amazing line­up of blockbuster movies. A huge HD quality screen is playing more than 90 sizzling films over 32 days including ‘La La Land’, ‘Beauty and the Beast’, ‘Moana’, ‘Jaws’, ‘T2 (Trainspotting)’, ‘Logan’, and ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’. It’s the sixth year that Big Beach Screen Events (BBSE) has hosted the summer event – Europe’s largest outdoor cinema – and the organisers say this year’s line­up is bigger and better than ever. The month­long film extravaganza kicked off on Friday 28 July with a screening of BAFTA and Oscar award winner ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’, starring Eddie Redmayne and Katherine Waterston, followed by ‘Kong: Skull Island’, staring Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L Jackson and Brie Larson. The event, which was attended by 75,000 last year, was officially launched on Saturday 29th July when legendary BBC 6 DJ Gilles Peterson took to the stage for a

day­long film and music festival. Gilles was accompanied by music producer and DJ, MC Earl Zinger and a host of bands and musicians including Freak Power (originally founded by Norman Cook, AKA Fatboy Slim), who have reformed especially for this summer.

“ An unbroken run of

movie madness until Saturday 26 August ”

Three films will then be shown each day on the 40­square metre cutting edge LED screen, which will be located on the beach just seconds from the Palace Pier – the perfect cinema screen backdrop. There will then be an unbroken run of movie madness until Saturday 26 August, when BBSE will screen iconic ‘70s classic ‘Quadrophenia’, which includes a live Q&A

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with stars of the film, including leading man Phil Daniels. This will be followed by a performance and ‘60s themed video show by ‘Who’s Next’, widely regarded to be the #1 Who tribute band, and a DJ set from Drew Stanstall (ex­member of ska legends, The Specials). The fantastic movie month finishes on Bank Holiday Monday (28 August) with showings of ‘Toy Story’ and ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’. BBSE Managing Director Bill Murray said: “This year’s Brighton Big Screen will play host to a brilliant selection of classic movies, including a fantastic range of children’s and family favourites. Bill added: “We’re Europe’s largest outdoor cinema and are screening almost 100 classic films on Brighton’s famous beach. Anyone coming along is guaranteed an amazing time.” For ticket sales: www.brightonsbigscreen.com www.bigbeachscreenevents.co.uk

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PUBLIC NOTICE THE LICENSING ACT 2003 (PREMISES LICENCES AND CLUB PREMISES CERTIFICATES) REGULATIONS 2005 Regulation 25 Advertisement TO: WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I Melad Sitt do hereby give notice that it is my/ our intention to apply to Brighton & Hove City Council in the county of East Sussex for the grant / variation of a premises licence to use or permit the use of premises known as: Air Street News, 8 Air Street, Brighton for the following licensable activities/ proposed variation which it is proposed will be carried on, on or from the premises: Structural opening in wall between unit 1 & 1a & extending counter. Any person who desires to make a representation to the grant, provisional statement, variation, should send to Head of Planning and Public Protection, Health & Safety and Licensing, Bartholomew House, Bartholomew Square, Brighton, BN1 1JP no later than 25th August 2017 a brief written statement of the grounds of his/her objection. The register and records of applications may be viewed at the above council office during normal office hours; summaries are available via www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/licensing. It is an offence knowingly or recklessly to make a false statement in connection with an application and the maximum fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction for the offence is currently £5000 [level 5]. Dated this: 26th day of July 2017 Signed: Melad Sitt

PUBLIC NOTICE THE LICENSING ACT 2003 (PREMISES LICENCES AND CLUB PREMISES CERTIFICATES) REGULATIONS 2005 Regulation 25 Advertisement TO: WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Welstead Properties Ltd hereby gives notice that it intends to apply to Brighton + Hove City Council for the variation of a premises licence (under which the relevant licensable activity is the supply of alcohol) to use or permit the use of the premises known as Trading Post 36 Ship Street Brighton BN1 1AD for the following proposed variation which it is proposed will be carried on, on or from the premises: A variation of the Conditions of this Premises Licence to change the Premises from a Restaurant to a cafe-bar operation - subject to the terms of this application and the amended Operating schedule - and to permit a re-arrangement of the interior layout of the Premises in accordance with the plan - lodged with the Licensing Authority Any person who desires to make a representation as to the variation should send to the Head of Environment Brighton + Hove City Council Bartholomew’s House Bartholomew’s Sq Brighton no later than 25 August 2017 a brief written statement of the grounds of his/her objection. Copies of the register and applications may be viewed at the above council office during normal office hours; summaries are available at www.brighton-hove.gov.uk. It is an offence knowingly or recklessly to make a false statement in connection with an application and the maximum fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction for the offence is currently £5000 [level 5]. Dated this: 24 July 2017 Signed: Dean Wilson LLP 165 Dyke Road, Brighton, BN3 1TL Solicitors for Applicant 10 | LATEST HOMES

PUBLIC NOTICE THE LICENSING ACT 2003 (PREMISES LICENCES AND CLUB PREMISES CERTIFICATES) REGULATIONS 2005 Regulation 25 Advertisement TO: WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I, Essam Mohamed Afaf Shawki do hereby give notice that it is my intention to apply to Brighton & Hove City Council in the county of East Sussex for the variation of a premises licence to use or permit the use of premises known as Barcode Restaurant Bar 128 Church Road Hove BN3 2EA for the following proposed variation which it is proposed will be carried on, on or from the premises: Addition of pavement area fronting Church Road to licensable area. Removal of the following conditions: Annex 3 - Condition 2 Annex 3 - Condition 5 (partial) Annex 2 - Condition 1 Annex 2 - Condition 5 (partial) Any person who desires to make a representation to the, variation, should send to Head of Planning & Public Protection, Health & Safety and Licensing, Bartholomew House, Bartholomew House, Bartholomew Square, Brighton, BN1 1JP no later than 21st August 2017 a brief written statement of the grounds of his/her objection. The register and records of applications may be viewed at the above council office during normal office hours; summaries are available via www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/licensing. It is an offence knowingly or recklessly to make a false statement in connection with an application and the maximum fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction for the offence is currently £5000 level 5. Dated this: 24th day of July 2017 Signed: Stevensdrake Solicitors

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PROJECT

BRIGHTON > Crowdfunding campaign launched to restore Madeira Terrace

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ollowing on from our English Tourism Week Project in March this year, tourism businesses across the city will be working together again on a new project to help improve the appearance of Madeira Drive. Madeira Drive is a key location for tourism in the city; since 1905 it has been the focal point for many major events that take place throughout the year including: London to Brighton Bike Ride, Brighton Marathon, Veteran Car Run and Burning the Clocks. This year it was the starting point for Brighton & Hove Albion’s open top bus parade, awash with blue and white flags, scarves, curly wigs, and painted faces as the city turned out to celebrate the Albion’s promotion to the Premiership!

“ One part will focus on making visual improvements to the area ” In addition to a long history of hosting events, Madeira Drive has had a starring role in several films over the years, most notably Brighton Rock, Genevieve and of course the iconic Quadrophenia. It’s also home to Madeira Terrace, a Victorian Grade 2 listed cast iron structure spanning 152 arches and reputed to be the longest structure of it’s kind in the world! Madeira Terrace now needs substantial and costly restoration work and on Wednesday 26th July a crowdfunding campaign was launched, aimed at raising £400k to kick start a restoration project. LATEST TV | VIRGIN MEDIA 159 | FREEVIEW CHANNEL 7

The launch event was held at another of our iconic Victorian structures – Brighton Palace Pier. (www.savemadeiraterrace.org) The recent opening of Brighton Zip, and works progressing on the Volk’s Railway station and visitor centre has also helped to renew interest in this area, and the team and volunteers behind the Madeira Drive Project want to build on this momentum and work with community groups and businesses to bring more life to the area. The aim is to encourage more visitors to Madeira Drive and ensure the area remains an attractive part of the city for both residents and visitors. The project is a collaboration between Brighton and Hove’s Tourism Alliance, VisitBrighton, Brighton & Hove City Council Events Team and Seafront Team, and with support from CityClean, Madeira Terraces & Black Rock Past, Present and Future Facebook Group and local businesses and volunteers. It will begin Monday 7th August, with work and activities planned on an ongoing basis from that date. One part of the project will focus on making visual improvements to the area, for example, repainting beach chalets, removing weeds, cutting back overgrown hedges, and removing rubbish. A number of local businesses and community/environmental groups have offered their help, and Crown Paints and Brewers Decorator Centres are kindly donating paint and decorating materials for the project – but we still need some more volunteers. The Madeira Terraces and Black Rock Past Present & Future Facebook group, in conjunction with City Clean, organised a clean­up of Madeira Terrace last year: they will be doing the same this year and organisers Jax and Derek are also looking for more volunteers to help with this. Another aspect of the project will involve looking at how to ‘join up’ the whole of Madeira Drive so the area ‘East of the Pier’ flows more seamlessly to incorporate the leisure facilities further east such as Yellowave, Jungle Rumble, Grace’s Place Cafe, Peter Pan’s playground and Concorde 2. Initially we’d like to explore some ideas for the stretch of Madeira Drive between the landing area of the Brighton Zip and Yellowave Beach Sports, and how the old Peter Pan’s site could be used as temporary space for pop­up events, and possibly photographic displays and art installations. Brighton Palace Pier has offered to sponsor or stage a summer event in Madeira Drive and hopefully this will be over the weekend of 19th August, if the site is ready in time, and weather permitting. By Julia Weeks of Brighton and Hove Tourism Alliance www.savemadeiraterrace.org If you would like to get involved with the project in any way at all, whether you can spare 30 minutes or 30 hours, we would love to hear from you! Email Julia at brightontourismnetwork@outlook.com Follow on Twitter @BrightonTourism

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Contact our Lancing office on 01903 750335

Contact our Shoreham office on 01273 441341

View our full range of property for sale on www.jacobs-steel.co.uk


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BELTON ROAD, ÂŁ1,375pcm Available 16/9/17. Beautifully presented two bedroom house. Located in Belton Road just off Ditchling Road, it is within the catchment area of various local schools. Property boasts two large reception rooms, fully fitted kitchen with a lovely rear courtyard, two double bedrooms and a large fully tiled bathroom with separate W.C. This property will not be available long. Call now for a viewing.

REGENCY SQUARE, ÂŁ1,350pcm Available immediately. Well presented two double bedroom property located in the sought after area of Regency Square. Property benefits from a large, light & airy living room, two large double bedrooms with ample storage and a fully tiled bathroom with Victorian style roll edged bath and integrated shower. Property also benefits from a decked courtyard with an overhead screen.


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t’s a fact: not all letting agents are the same. At Khalil’s we can make a very big difference to your experience of letting, whether you are a landlord or a tenant. Khalil’s Tenant Reward Scheme At Khalil’s we believe that good tenants deserve to be rewarded. They deserve extra services like cleaning and gardening, they should pay reduced letting fees and leave lower deposits, and, most importantly of all, they should benefit from a cash sum at the end of their tenancy if they pay their rent on time. And that is not a deal you are probably getting from your current letting agent. Go ahead, ask them why not! Khalil’s Rent Guarantee Scheme We also believe that landlords should get great returns on their investments, but their experience should be stress­free and void­ free. We will pay landlords rent every single month regardless of whether their property is occupied or not, and it’s totally our responsibility to maintain and fill their house or flat. And that’s not a deal you were offered by your current letting agent, is it? Maybe you too should ask them why not! Khalil’s is a letting agent that both landlords and tenants love We get such great properties to let because landlords know we will handle everything for them and pay them rent every single month of the year. And we get such good tenants to move in because we reward them, and we make finding, arranging and living in a rental property simple. Our Tenant Reward Scheme ensures rental properties are well cared for and that tenants are happy in them and encouraged to act responsibly. It costs each tenant £20 a month to join, and they must take out tenant liability insurance to signal their good intentions. We then include utility bills (including broadband) in their rent to make things easy, and offer a fortnightly cleaning and gardening service to ensure it is a pleasure to live in the property, and that it remains well looked after. What’s more we waive many letting fees that other agents 18 | LATEST HOMES

charge, and we fund a reward for good tenants, with a 10% discount on their rent at the end of their tenancy, as long as payments have been made on time. This means we encourage only good tenants to rent the property we manage for you. It also means that there are many perks that are available to tenants living in our properties, so people tend to stay longer and live happier. And that is good news for everyone! Are you getting the best deal? If you are a landlord and would like to chat about how we can guarantee your rent and take away the burden from letting your property, give us a call to find out about the difference that Khalil’s can make. If you are a tenant and would like to find out about our Tenant Reward Scheme, and benefit from cleaning services, reduced fees and a cash reward at the end of your tenancy, then speak to us (or ask us for some information you can show to your current landlord). After all, at Khalil’s we offer both landlords and tenants a very good deal. And that’s how we are different. Phone: 01273 573960 Mobile: 07984 015669 Email: ahmed@khalilproperties.co.uk Address: 124 Lewes Road, Brighton, BN2 3LG www.khalilproperties.co.uk

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