What is the KTS?

The Kemp Town Society is the charitable society formed to conserve the unique Grade 1 listed Kemp Town Estate on Brighton's eastern seafront, East Sussex.

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Why Become a Member

There are many benefits and reasons to become a member of The Kemp Town Society. Membership only costs £10 per household per year.

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Planning Issues

Information to help and support restoration and renovation projects plus all latest details on local planning applications and developments.

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Social Events

The Kemp Town Society runs many social events. Including annual garden parties and the Thomas Kemp event plus lots of other social activities.

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Who’s Been Living in My House


Who’s Been Living in My House is a new resource offering detailed information concerning residents on the Kemp Town Estate since it’s inception until 1970.

  • CLICK HERE to access the archive.
  • CLICK HERE to look up any house and discover who lived there and in some cases read a detailed House History.

This illustrated archive is a work in progress and additional information is very welcome.

Hospital Development. Lorry Route

The Coordination Centre for construction vehicles will be on the gas works site where there will be room for up to 30 lorries to park. The route they will take is on the map above. Approximately 80 lorries will deliver …

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Madeira Drive Regeneration Framework

The main point to remember is that this is a valuable first step in identifying the key issues at stake. It is not intended to be a masterplan or indeed a Regeneration Strategy. This will come later and involve more …

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Derek Granger Lecture. 25 June 5.00 p.m.

Sunday 25 June, 5.00pm – Derek Granger on Laurence Olivier Derek Granger is best known as the producer and co-writer of the 1981 television drama Brideshead Revisited. An Old Eastbournian, he was in Powell House from 1935 to 1939. Derek …

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Newsletter May 2017

Download the May 2017 Newsletter

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Annual General Meeting 2017

Notice is hereby given that The 6th Annual General Meeting of the Company will be held on SATURDAY 6th MAY 2017 at 10.30 a.m. at the EF Language School, 1-2 Sussex Square   A G E N D A Minutes of the …

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Conservation Advisory Group (CAG) Meeting March 2017

At the last CAG meeting on 7th March Derek de Young addressed the group on the above application. “Creation of additional building to create a one bedroom flat(C3) with roof terrace and roof lights, revised fenestration and associated alterations.” ( Marmalade) …

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Black Rock and Waterfront Project

“ Simon Smith and Vaughan Rees recently met Katherine Pearce, the relevant ‘Project Manager’, in continuation of their on-going conversation with City planners on the proposed development of the Black Rock site (the newly termed ‘Waterfront Project’).They were told that …

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Concert and Dinner at St George’s Church

The Brighton Youth Orchestra came to St George’s on Sat 18 May to play for a large audience (76) of KTS members and their guests. Works which ranged from Handel to Polish folk tunes and a WW1 sing-a-long included the …

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Quiz Night at St George’s Church

Do you know what peripeteia* is? No? Well neither did any of the 56 quizzers who turned up for the KTS Quiz Night on 23 Feb at St George’s Church. But happily they knew a lot of other things, and …

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NEWSLETTER AUTUMN 2016

KTS NEWSLETTER.pdf 2016 SEPT

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From The Leader of BHCC

The Lockwood Project – saving Brighton’s Madeira Terraces June 8, 2016CouncilBrighton, Madeira Drive wp-1465421775296.jpegOur iconic Madeira Terraces have lasted over 130 years, a remarkable testimony to the quality of Victorian craftsmanship. Sadly the seaside environment has taken its toll on …

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BHCC CONSERVATION STRATEGY 2013 – DRAFT

Draft Conservation Strategy (2013) 1. Introduction 1.1 The current Conservation Strategy was adopted in 2003 to clarify the council’s responsibilities and reaffirm its commitment toward the conservation of Brighton & Hove’s historic built environment. It includes a programme of action …

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NEW MEMBERSHIP STANDING ORDER BANKING INSTRUCTIONS

OUR BANK ACCOUNT HAS CHANGED WITH OUR NEW STATUS AS A CHARITABLE COMPANY LIMITED BY GUARANTEE – AND THEREFORE IT IS NECESSARY TO RE-INSTRUCT YOUR BANK WITH THE NEW STANDING ORDER. WE REQUEST YOU PRINT THIS FORM (HIGHLIGHT, COPY AND …

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Kemp Town Conservation Area Map

The Conservation Area of Kemp Town takes in the Kemp Town Estate and the lower slopes all the way to the Low Tide mark of the sea. Kemp Town Estate is the ONLY Grade 1 listed Estate on the Sea …

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Brighton and Hove Council’s Resident’s Guide to Conservation

Please ‘click on’ and review the link to Brighton and Hove’s guide on all matters relating to Conserving the structures of Grade Listed properties. It has many helpful pieces of information. http://www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/downloads/bhcc/conservation/Conservation_Areas_Residents_Guide2011.pdf

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Historic Postcards & Photos

Lewes Crescent/Sussex Sq. aerial view

The following have been made available to the Kemp Town Society. Particular thanks go to Rene Dee of Chichester Terrace for the majority of the postcards. When viewing the enlargements by clicking on them below, you can view next and …

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