Brighton is built on a foundation of trust, tolerance and the adventurous spirit of the original Brightonians. They're fabulous people. Without them this relatively new city would be no different to some of Britain's other seaside resorts that have faded to grey during the last two recessions. Today Brighton is a melting pot of different cultures, artistic expression and joy. It's a chilled out place, but not lazy. The bohemian party town does a lot of business and that has spilled out onto neighbouring towns making this region one of the South's most affluent.
With trains to London Victoria only 50 minutes and 25 minutes to Gatwick, newly built apartments close to Brighton Railway Station are very in demand with commuters. The city as a whole is attracting all manner of buyers from developers, families and buy to let investors. However, on the fringes of the city is where you can find real value for money.
paragraphTop Ranked Primary Schools
- St Paul's CofE
- St Bartholomew's CofE
- St Luke's Primary
- Stanford Infants
- Patcham Infants