Hastings & St. Leonards on-line community newspaper

Property boards banned from seafront

If something seems to be missing along the seafront, it’s because estate agents’ advertising boards along the seafront in Hastings and St Leonards have been officially banned by the council. They always required planning permission, but judging by the frequent forest of signs signalling that virtually the whole town was up for sale, that was a mere formality. Now they have been forbidden on all properties between Grosvenor Gardens and Pelham Crescent. Apparently estate agents are happy with the change: who wants to look cheap and available, after all?

If you’re enjoying HOT and would like us to continue providing fair and balanced reporting on local matters please consider making a donation. Click here to open our PayPal donation link.

Thank you for your continued support!

Posted 20:20 Friday, Mar 12, 2010 In: Home Ground

Also in: Home Ground

More HOT Stuff

    HOT is run by volunteers but has overheads for hosting and web development. Support HOT!


    Advertise your business or your event on HOT for as little as £20 per month
    Find out more…


    If you like HOT and want to keep it sustainable, please Donate via PayPal, it’s easy!


    Do you want to write, proofread, edit listings or help sell advertising? then contact us

  • Subscribe to HOT