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Development began with the construction of the gas works in 1818-1819 by the Brighton Gas Light and Coke Company.
The gasworks were just outside the borough to avoid paying tax on imported coal.
Belle Vue Hall's original garden wall still stands. House on nearby Marine Parade at the seaward end of Burlington Street c.1800 was called Belle Vue; houses to the west of the top of Burlington Street on Bristol Road preserve the name. One of several streets off Elm Grove named after nineteenth century philosophers (cf, Carlyle Street, Cobden Road).
Jeremy Bentham (1748 1832) propounded the utilitarian system of philosophy.
Valley, so-called since at least the middle of the 18th century, including Sutherland Road and streets on its east side: Bute Street, Rochester Street.
The house, now converted to flats, remains, along with .On 13 March 1844, John Lawrence, murdered the first chief constable, Henry Solomon. Named after the Wiltshire estates (Fifield Bavant and Norton Bavant) of the Stanford family (see also Norton Road), which owned the land. Numbered 18 June 1948 was a residence early in the 20th century of Rt Hon Sir Edward Carson KC MP (1854-1935), around the time he became the founder leader of the Ulster Unionist Party (1912) and formed the loyalist paramilitary organisation, the Ulster Volunteers (1913).Solomon died next day and Lawrence was hanged at Horsham. Around the turn of 1946/47 it became a residential site for St Dunstan's Training Centre (see Greenways, Ovingdean and Marine Drive) and was opened as St Dunstan's Children's Home on 22 January 1948 by Air Marshal Sir Hugh Saunders.The brand achieved international fame during the 1970s. In June 1866 Ellen Warder died here as a result of wolf's bane (aconite) poisoning administered over the previous month by her husband, Dr Alfred Warder.When a suspicious doctor refused to sign the death certificate, an inquest was held at the Rockingham Inn in Sillwood Street.
Renumbered 20 April 1881 began as an isolation unit in temporary huts in 1881 during an outbreak of smallpox.