Brighton & Hove Libraries

Staff at the City's libraries have supported the development of the MyHouseMyStreet project since its very earliest days and they continue to do so today. In addition to technical services provision, and an extensive knowledge of local history and resources, the libraries offers our project access to a wide variety of useful research publications and rare books and documents.

Brighton History Centre

Located on the first floor of Brighton Museum, Brighton History Centre is a unique ‘one stop shop’ for information on all of Brighton & Hove’s Museums’ and Libraries’ collections and is the place to start your research into any aspect of the city’s heritage. Manager, Paul Jordan and his team have supported the project since 2008 via the provision of training sessions that introduce new volunteers to local archive resources and research methodologies. Brighton History Centre also provides us with the digitized street directory graphics that are at the heart of the project.

North Laine Community Association

The Committee and many members of this neighbourhood association have generously supported the project since inception; providing, expert local knowledge, data processing effort, guides during open house events and evangelists for the initiative.

Meridian Television

Producers of local news broadcasts highlighting Brighton & Hove street histories and the MyHouseMyStreet project.

Brighton and Hove Volunteer Centre (impetus)

Seeking to improve the quality of life of residents of Brighton and Hove and develop opportunities for people to help others, and in the process, develop their own skills and potential, through volunteering.


Providers of work experience and internships in Brighton & Hove.

Adaptive Technologies Limited

Brighton & Hove-based ICT company providing technical support for the project.

Heritage Lottery Fund

Sponsors of the MyHouseMyStreet project.

American Express

Sponsors of the MyHouseMyStreet project.