Brighton based small businesses will be amongst the first to benefit from fifth-generation (5G) mobile wireless connection when a state of the art 5G Testbed goes live in April 2018.
£1.8million of Coast to Capital Growing Places funding has been used to help CTEC Energy to provide clean energy with the first Advanced Conversion Technology (ACT) plant in the world. This exciting project will also create up to 58 jobs in Newhaven alone and enable the development of six more future plants in and around Sussex.
The Big Breakfast – south London and Surrey’s biggest and most successful business networking event – is going on the road this spring.
Seven projects from across the Coast to Capital region have been awarded more than £52 million as part of the Government’s £866 million Housing Infrastructure Fund. The funding, which is designed to help unlock new homes in areas with the greatest housing demand, is awarded to local authorities on a highly competitive basis and include the following successful projects:
Brighton MET marked the official opening of the Construction and Trades Centre at the Brighton East campus, with a special ceremony attended by local businesses, staff and students on 25 January.
Successful organisations may fly the Queen’s Award flag at their principal premises and are entitled to use the Emblem on their stationery, advertising and goods.