Regency Square is one of the finest examples of early 19th century seaside architecture.
Its terraces of Georgian houses were built to meet the growing demand for accommodation as Brighton became a fashionable resort for the upper classes.
Today they house boutique hotels and attractive homes in the very heart of one of Britain’s most successful cities.
The Regency Square Area Society has been working for over 30 years to foster a real sense of community by helping local residents and businesses to deal with the challenges of this busy and crowded area.
Please explore our web site to find out more about the area and the society.
New members are always welcome.
Please join us.
30 March 2015
Meet in the Osborne Room of the Metropole Hotel. The eveing will start at 7.30pm with an illustrated talk by Jackie Marsh-Hobbs. Jackie will share with us her expertise on "Seaside Holidays" with reference to "Observation Towers". A short question and answer session will be followed by refreshements at about 8.30pm. The main business of the evening (the AGM) will start at 9.00pm. Come and have your say. Raffle with excellent prizes generously donated by local businesses.