Caroline has called for tax relief for small businesses
It's ordinary Brightonians, building independent businesses and taking on young people who have regenerated St Peter's and North Laine. That's why Caroline is backing small business, calling for a reduction in VAT and supporting local traders.
But it's not just the Level and the North Laine, Caroline is fighting to make sure no-one is left behind by this regeneration, calling for decent affordable housing and building safer communities.
The St Peter's and North Laine ward takes in the whole of central Brighton east of Seven Dials along Dyke Road from the Clock Tower, stretching north from North Street and the Old Steine up along Lewes Road to the Vogue Gyratory; it takes in distinct communities such as the Round Hill area, 'Ditchling-Rise', and the 'Triangle' area formed by the Lewes Road and Upper Lewes Road.
In the west the ward takes in part of the lively Seven Dials neighbourhood, West Hill, leading down the hill to the Station and North Laine.
Caroline is standing up for St Peter's and North Laine:
Caroline visited businesses in the Laines with Federation of Small Businesses as part of Keep Trade Local Campaign
- Rose Hill Tavern
- Supporting campaign to save local pub, the Rose Hill Tavern
- A fair economy
- Member and supporter of East sussex Credit Union which provides people with affordable credit
- Education & Early years
- Backed Bright Start nursery when it was threatened with closure
“You have been outstanding on many issues this year and I really feel you represent me and many of my friends extremely well here in Brighton. Your vote is assured at the next election”
Laurence Johnson, Terminus Street, West Hill