Consultations

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

Forthcoming Consultations

  • South Portslade Residents Parking Consultation

    In September 2019 we consulted residents and businesses in the South Portslade area to guage levels of support for a residents parking scheme. The majority of people who responded said they preferred a light-touch scheme for two hours during the day. It is proposed that these hours would... More

    Opens 8 June 2020

Closed Consultations

  • Libraries Customer Survey 2020 – Library Users aged 0-12 years

    What do you think about Brighton & Hove Libraries Services? We need your views to inform a new Libraries Plan for 2020-24, and a new Libraries Stock Policy. The su r v e y will take about 10 mi n utes to complet e . Thank y ou f or taking the time to... More

    Closed 13 April 2020

  • Libraries Customer Survey 2020 – Library Users aged 13 to 19 years

    What do you think about Brighton & Hove Libraries Services? We need your views to inform a new Libraries Plan for 2020-24, and a new Libraries Stock Policy. The su r v e y will take about 10 mi n utes to complet e . Thank y ou f or... More

    Closed 13 April 2020

  • Libraries Customer Survey 2020 – Library Users aged 20 or over

    What do you think about Brighton & Hove Libraries Services? We need your views to inform a new Libraries Plan for 2020-24, and a new Libraries Stock Policy. The su r v e y will take about 10 mi n utes to complet e . Thank y ou f or... More

    Closed 13 April 2020

  • Queen's Park Conservation Area Article 4 Direction

    Residents living in the Queens Park conservation area are being asked for their views on whether to introduce stricter planning controls to preserve the unique character of properties in the area. Queen’s Park has been a conservation area since 1977. Brighton & Hove City Council is... More

    Closed 16 March 2020

  • Unpaid Trial Shifts - job applicant's survey

    A Notice of Motion passed at Full Council on 19 th July 2018 agreed that the city council would look at how it could end the practice of unpaid trial shifts. It requested that information should be gathered to help understand the scale and nature of unpaid trial shifts. An... More

    Closed 8 March 2020

We Asked, You Said, We Did

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

We Asked

After the Environment, Transport and Sustainability committee on 25 June 2019, we agreed to write to all residents and businesses in the Coombe Road area.

We asked if the residents and businesses in this area would support a light-touch residents’ parking scheme. The proposed scheme would be active Monday to Friday from 10am to 11am and from 5pm to 6pm.

You Said

64% of respondents support the implementation of a residents parking scheme.

We Did

Based on the consultation results we have included the proposal of the light touch scheme in a traffic regulation order (TRO).

We're advertising the TRO  until 15 May 2020 (reference: TRO-6-2020).

View current traffic regulation orders.

We Asked

Following requests from residents, we asked the people who live in the Hove Park area about a new residents’ parking scheme.

You Said

  • 68.4% were in favour of a residents’ parking scheme in the area
  • 7 in 10 (69.9%) were happy for the scheme to be active Monday to Friday from 9am to 10am and 1pm to 2pm

 

We Did

We included the residents’ parking scheme as a proposal in a Traffic Regulation Order which was open for comment in February and March 2019.

The Committee approved the order in June 2019. The scheme is now active, and this area has become parking Zone P. 

Apply for a permit in parking Zone P.

We Asked

Residents told us about parking issues in South Portslade, so in September 2019 we asked what they thought about having a resident parking scheme in the area.

Those who said they support a resident parking scheme were asked whether they would prefer a light-touch scheme or a full scheme.

You Said

60.5% of respondents support the idea of a resident parking scheme in the area based on a 36% response rate.

56.6% of respondents wanted a light touch scheme (11am to midday and from 6pm to 7pm). 

43.4% preferred a full scheme (9am to 8pm).

54.5% of respondents supported a Monday to Friday scheme while 45.6% supported a Monday to Sunday scheme.

We Did

We presented the results to the Environment, Transport and Sustainability Committee on 21 January 2020.

The committee decided to consult the whole area again about a light-touch scheme in June 2020, so residents can make a decision after seeing the detailed design of the scheme.

View the committee report.

Find out more about the next stage for South Portslade and respond to the consultation, which is live from 8 June to 17 July 2020.