Eastbourne in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... of licensing of houses of multiple occupation has allowed the Council to get tougher with those landlords who let their properties go to ruin and yet extort large sums of money from their tenants. These landlords are being driven out of the area and their properties converted to flats which, in turn, is drawing in a different type of occupant. In short, Pevensey Road is on the up and it doesn't take much imagination to see that it could be the 'in place' in a few years time, especially if the Council's plan for regeneration comes to fruition. The first step should be to make Pevensey Road a one way street and introduce residents parki... more
Customer Eastbourne in general Reviews (3)
by Par9 - written on 27/02/11
I think Starchild's review of over ten years ago needs an update. There is no doubt that Pevensey Road was a dump but it has improved markedly. There are probably several reasons for this. First, there is generally a less tolerant attitude towards anti-social behaviour by the authorities. Second, the introduction of licensing of houses of multiple occupation has allowed the Council to get tougher with those landlords who let their properties go to ruin and yet extort large sums of money from their tenants. These landlords are being driven out of the area and their properties converted to flats which, in turn, is drawing in a different type of occupant. In ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/04/04, updated on 13/04/04 (Very useful, 1217 readings)
Pardon? Ok let me explain. For those of you who maybe don't know, somebody decided a good tourism ploy would be to call Eastbourne the Sunshine Coast. In reality it should be the Rainy Coast! Where Is It? Situated on the south coast of England, Eastbourne can found midway between the city of Brighton ad Hove and Hastings, in the county known as East Sussex. Events Throughout the year there are various things going on for all ages.It really all starts in June. The Hastings Direct International Ladies Tennis Championships. All the big named female tennis players come to this,as do some legends and of course Cliff Richard! All the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/09/00, updated on 20/09/00 (Very useful, 1038 readings)
Eastbourne is a nice place, as long as you don`t live in Pevensey Road. Locally it is known as Bedsit Land, Little Albania, Little Liverpool (no offence), Reject City and Drug Street. If you live in Pevensey Road there are certain things you find it difficult to do; 1) Find a job 2) Park your car 3) Feel safe at night 4) Find a policeman (well that`s Eastbourne in general) 5) Avoid dirty syringes from being thrown into your garden 6) Get re-housed by council even if you are pregnant, married, already have a child, suffer with neighbour abuse and scared for your life. We have a residents association who try their best to stop the ... Read the complete review
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