Solicitors in Brighton
Our Brighton team have built a reputation for excellent service and the very best results, all tucked away in a picturesque Lanes location.
All our clients are important to us. Please let us know in advance if you have access or similar concerns and we will do all that we can to accommodate you. In some instances, this may mean visiting you at home or another suitable location.
How to find Our office
Coole Bevis LLP Office is located on Prince Albert St in Brighton, in The Lanes Historic Quarter. Coole Bevis Brighton office is a 2 minute walk from North Street in Brighton, or a 2 minute walk from The Lanes Car Park.
Facts about Brighton
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Information about Brighton
- Coole Bevis LLP is proud to offer Legal services in Brighton, Brighton is a Town located in East Sussex in England.
- Brighton is a Town and part of East Sussex which forms part of the Brighton and Hove adminstrative area in England.
- Brighton was previously a part of the County of Sussex.
- Brighton’s local authority administrative HQ is Hove Town Hall
- Brighton’s governing local authority structure is a Unitary_authority.
- Brighton is part of South East England.
- Brighton is attributed to Brighton and Hove administrative county districts.
- Local government Civil Parishes in the Town of Brighton include Varndean College.
- The wards and electoral sub divisions of Brighton also include Queen’s Park (ward).
- The Town of Brighton consolidates hamlets such as Balsdean within its border.
- The Town of Brighton also encompasses villages such as Ovingdean, Stanmer, Saltdean, West Blatchington, and Hangleton within its administrative area.
- Brighton incorporates a number of settlements including Ovingdean, Saltdean, North Laine, Round Hill, Montpelier, Elm Grove, and Kemptown.
- Seven Dials, West Hill, Brunswick (Hove), Hangleton, and Hanover are included withinin Coole Bevis LLP’s Legal service area in the Town of Brighton.
- Other service areas of Coole Bevis LLP in Brighton, England are comprised ofNew England Quarter, Patcham, Coldean, Preston Village, and Hollingbury,
- as well as Brighton’s outlying urban areas Moulsecoomb, Mile Oak, Bear Road, Prestonville, and West Blatchington.
- Last in order of mention, Coole Bevis LLP’s Legal services cover the larger Brighton area along with Westdene, Carlton Hill, Whitehawk, Black Rock (Brighton and Hove), and Woodingdean.
- The small communities of Roedean, Old Steine, Kemp Town, Bevendean, and Portslade are located within Brighton, East Sussex.
- Within Brighton you find towns such as Aldrington, Stanmer, Rottingdean, Hollingdean, and The Lanes.
- Other towns including Brighton can be found within the Town of Brighton.
- A number of prestigious cities including Brighton and Hove can be found within Brighton.
- Moulsecoomb Place, Waste House, and Brighton Business School are famous through out the England and the United Kingdom.
- Brighton has a number of schools in the area including Roedean School, and Falmer High School.
- Brighton residents enjoy access to Jubilee Library, and Libraries in Brighton and Hove.
- Additional educational institutions within Brighton are Brighton Fishing Museum, and Booth Museum of Natural History.
- Brighton is served by Royal Sussex County Hospital, and Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital.
- Preston Park, Wild Park, and Queen’s Park are the most notable parks and open spaces in Brighton and are famous through out England.
- Infrastructure in Brighton relies on the A23 road.
- Within Brighton roads and infastructure include Old Steine, London to Brighton Way, and Bear Road.
- Bordering the Town of Brighton and to the south Burgess Hill, and Lewes are immediately adjacent.
- Brighton reputation can be ascribed to its rich heritage including Royal Suspension Chain Pier, Chattri, and Brighton Lifeboat Station.
- Examples of famous architecture in Brighton include St Mary’s Church, Gothic House, and Brighton Forum.
- Structures and Buildings of special interest within Brighton include 11 Dyke Road, Libraries in Brighton and Hove, King and Queen, Clock Tower, and Thomas Simpson (architect).