Welcome to Brighton & Hove City Council's consultation portal. This site will show all consultations that are run by the council. Consultations enable you to have your say about how we work and what we plan to do. Your views help us make our policies, strategies and services better for everyone.

Open Consultations

  • Flyposting and stickering

    Flyposting is putting up posters or stickers on properties, lampposts, telephone boxes or other structures on the streets, without consent. Examples include: Sticking posters onto boarded up shops advertising an event Attaching a poster to lamppost... More

    Closes today

  • Household waste bin offences

    Following complaints and feedback about the use and placement of household waste bins and boxes, we are seeking your views on a proposal to tackle the issue. By household waste bins, we mean wheelie bins that are used for rubbish and recycling, and boxes that are used for... More

    Closes 28 August 2022

  • Hanover and Tarner Liveable Neighbourhood

    In June 2020, following a deputation presented by Hanover Action (Group), our Environment, Transport and Sustainability (ETS) committee agreed to trial a Liveable Neighbourhood project (sometimes known as a Low Traffic Neighbourhood project) in the Hanover and Tarner area. Following... More

    Closes 11 September 2022

  • Residents working with council housing

    Brighton & Hove council tenant and leaseholder engagement is about residents working with the council to influence decisions about their homes and estates. It plays a vital role in ensuring the council understands the experience of residents living on estates and in council housing and helps... More

    Closes 15 September 2022

  • Stanmer Park visitor questionnaire

    Thanks to a grant from the National Lottery Heritage Fund and Brighton & Hove City Council, Plumpton College and South Downs National Park Authority, Stanmer Park is improving the way it looks after and shares its heritage. Now, we want to hear what you think about Stanmer Park. Find... More

    Closes 31 March 2023

Closed Consultations

  • Brighton & Hove draft Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA) consultation

    Brighton & Hove Health and Wellbeing Board has produced the first draft of its 2022 Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA). The Health and Wellbeing Board have a statutory responsibility to publish and keep the PNA up to date. The purpose of the PNA is to assess and set out how the provision... More

    Closed 7 August 2022

  • City Downland Estate Plan

    The draft City Downland Estate Plan (CDEP) is available and we invite everyone within Brighton & Hove to review the draft plan and provide feedback here. The CDEP sets out our proposed future vision, ambitions and plans for the downland estate owned by Brighton & Hove City... More

    Closed 15 July 2022

  • Roedean Residents Parking Consultation

    This questionnaire is designed to gauge levels of support for the introduction of introducing a residents parking scheme in your area. More

    Closed 10 July 2022

  • Air Quality Action Plan

    We are currently developing our updated Air Quality Action Plan and would like to hear your views on this draft document. The document is available on our webpages or attached as a PDF document at the bottom of this page. Please read and consider this document before... More

    Closed 10 July 2022

  • Hallyburton Road Area: Residents Parking Consultation

    This questionnaire is designed to assess levels of support for the introduction of a residents parking scheme in your area. More

    Closed 10 July 2022

We Asked, You Said, We Did

Here are some of the issues we have consulted on and their outcomes. See all outcomes

We asked

The Council undertook a 6-week period of public consultation between 21 March and 7 February 2022 on the draft Biodiversity and Nature Conservation Supplementary Planning Document (SPD).

The consultation enabled residents and stakeholders to tell us what they thought about the draft SPD. 

You said

A total of 19 responses were received. 

Overall, there was broad support for most aspects of the guidance. In particular, the biodiversity resource and biodiversity matters sections were considered accurate, the good practice examples were considered helpful, and the step-by-step guide for applicants was considered clear. There was also support for the Biodiversity Checklist to be a validation requirement for relevant applications.

A full summary of the comments and officer response can be found in the Consultation Statement. 

We did

The representations have been considered and various changes have been made to the SPD. The SPD and its Annexes were approved by Tourism, Equalities, Communities and Culture Committee on 16 June 2022. The SPD is now a material consideration in determining planning applications. 

Biodiversity and Nature Conservation SPD

Biodiversity and Nature Conservation SPD Annexes

Adoption Statement

We asked

After residents presented a petition in 2019 to Environment, Transport and Sustainability committee, we agreed to write to residents in 2021.

The parking consultation let residents tell us if they feel there is desire for a parking scheme in this area.

You said

104 residents responded out of the 389 addresses we sent questionnaires to.

  • 80% of residents support a residents parking scheme
  • 80% or residents support a light touch parking scheme
  • 65% of residents would prefer restrictions Monday to Sunday 

Find more information in the March 2022 Environment, Transport and Sustainability Committee report.

We did

Based on the consultation results and following Environment, Transport and Sustainability committee in March 2022, we agreed to write to residents with a detailed parking design drawing for this area.

We asked

After Zone W residents submitted a petition, we agreed to review this area in 2021.

The review let residents tell us if they think we need to make any changes to the parking scheme.

You said

414 residents responded out of the 1,557 addresses we sent questionnaires to.

  • 66% are satisfied with the current Zone W scheme
  • 71% are happy for the scheme to remain the same

Find more information in the March Environment, Transport and Sustainability  2022 Committee report.

We did

Based on the consultation results, we will not make any changes to Zone W.