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  • Family Hubs Consultation

    Brighton & Hove City Council was recently awarded up to £1 million to develop a network of ‘Family Hubs’ across the city to better integrate services for children of all ages and their families, building on our current Children’s Centre and Early Help offer. We were one of only seven local authorities in the country to be awarded this Government funding. To ensure the Family Hubs provide the support you need, we have developed this consultation to get your views... More
    Closed 3 October 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 improve and develop the quality of services, the local environment, and the standard of homes. The council is currently reviewing how we speak to, listen, and involve tenants and leaseholders... More
    Closed 15 September 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 engagement with residents in October 2021 and March/April 2022, we have used your feedback to develop a preferred design. We would like to hear your views on the design. You can view the design on... More
    Closed 11 September 2022
  • 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 recycling and glass. More
    Closed 28 August 2022
  • 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 advertising a business Putting stickers onto road signs showing political statements More
    Closed 14 August 2022
  • 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 of pharmaceutical services can meet the current and future health needs of the population of Brighton & Hove for a period of up to three years. The document is then used by NHS England as the basis... 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 Council over the next 100 years. It is, therefore important that we develop the Plan using knowledge and experience held within both the council, and across partner organisations and interested groups.... More
    Closed 15 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
  • 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
  • Brighton & Hove City Council’s Home to School Transport Service

    We’re seeking your views on two new initiatives we’re looking to launch within the council’s Home to School Transport Service (HTST). They are Independent Travel Training and Personal Travel Budgets. Both initiatives support travel arrangements to school which promote independence and flexibility. More
    Closed 24 June 2022
  • Proposed West Saltdean Neighbourhood Area and Forum

    The West Saltdean community have submitted an application to establish a neighbourhood area and neighbourhood forum for the West Saltdean Area. What's being proposed The West Saltdean community submitted two applications to the council that relate to the area shown on the accompanying map. One seeks to designate the area as a Neighbourhood Area and the other seeks to designate a Neighbourhood Forum. If they're approved, the Neighbourhood Forum will be able to draw up a... More
    Closed 21 June 2022
  • Consultation on a proposal to expand Hill Park Special School by establishing a satellite site at the Cedar Centre

    Brighton and Hove City Council has a statutory obligation to provide enough school places for all young people in Brighton and Hove, including those with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). The Council has identified a gap for autistic children and young people who have anxiety and mental health issues but not a learning disability. To address this gap it is proposed to expand Hill Park Special School by opening a satellite provision at the Cedar Centre site. More
    Closed 29 May 2022
  • Children's play area consultation

    Our £3 million playgrounds revamp gets into full swing The play refurbishment programme is part of our plans to upgrade 45 play areas over the next three years, with 25 sites being finished by the end of the financial year March 2022. The play areas indicated below, with their budgets, were agreed by councillors at the Environment, Transport & Sustainability Committee in November 2019 and are next on our list to have an upgrade by March... More
    Closed 27 May 2022
  • Home to School Transport – Sustainability Strategy 2021-2025

    The Government requires local authorities to make transport arrangements for eligible children including those with SEND ( Special Educational Needs and Disabilities ), and also to promote sustainable and environmentally-friendly travel and transport. We are therefore seeking your views on our Sustainability Strategy 2021-2025 (link) to ensure we’re meeting these requirements. The strategy outlines how the Home to School Transport service endorses... More
    Closed 8 May 2022
  • Home to School Transport – Post 16 Policy Statement 2022-2023

    We are seeking your views on our updated Post 16 Transport Policy Statement. The Department for Education requires Local Authorities to consult each year, regardless of any changes, to ensure the policy provides a full picture of the available transport and support. Legislation on free school transport only applies to children until the end of Year 11. Any arrangements for travel support for 16-18 are at the discretion of each Local Authority. Some local authorities make a parental... More
    Closed 8 May 2022
  • Hollingdean Initial Parking Consultation

    This questionnaire is now closed. More
    Closed 6 May 2022
  • Brunswick Town Conservation Area Character Statement

    The council has commissioned consultants the RSK Group to undertake a review of the Brunswick Town Conservation Area Character Statement. The aim of the Character Statement is to define the ‘special interest’ of the area, through a thorough assessment of its history and its character and appearance. The appraisal process should lead to a better understanding of the areas historic development, what makes it the special place it is today and its potential for its future... More
    Closed 4 May 2022
  • New boundaries are being proposed for council wards in Brighton & Hove City Council

    The Local Government Boundary Commission wants to hear what residents and local organisations think about the proposals. A 10-week consultation on the proposals will run until 11 April 2022. The commission is the independent body that draws these boundaries. It is reviewing Brighton & Hove to make sure councillors will represent about the same number of electors, and that ward arrangements will help the council work effectively. The commission has published proposals for changes... More
    Closed 11 April 2022
  • Queens Park Play Area Consultation

    The play area at Queens Park is set to have an upgrade. The council has been working closely with the Friends of Queens Park and would like your views on how the play area can be improved, making it accessible to all. This online survey is a great opportunity for local people, particularly parents/carers, to identify potential improvements and help shape the future of the play area for children and young people. Due to ongoing maintenance... More
    Closed 8 April 2022
  • Draft Biodiversity and Nature Conservation Supplementary Planning Document Consultation

    Supplementary planning documents (SPD) are formal documents used by the council to provide guidance and information to planning applicants about how to deliver local planning policy as part of their development proposals. The council is currently updating its Nature Conservation and Development SPD (SPD11, 2010). The new Biodiversity and Nature Conservation SPD will help ensure that development meets updated national and local planning policy requirements for nature conservation... More
    Closed 21 March 2022
  • E Class to residential Article 4 Direction Consultation

    In April 2021 the Government amended the General Permitted Development Order, removing the need for planning permission for changes of use from E class “business, commercial and service use” to residential (use class C3), and replacing it with a system of prior approval.  Class E uses include shops, restaurants, medical uses, indoor sports facilities, offices and workshops.  In order to retain the ability to require planning permission in some areas... More
    Closed 14 March 2022
  • Mental health service - survey for professionals and clinicians

    Brighton and Hove City Council (BHCC) in partnership with NHS Brighton & Hove Clinical Commissioning Group (BHCCG) are developing a Mental Health & Housing Plan for the city. The aim of this plan is to identify what works well and what we can improve on in the future. We would like to hear from mental health professionals, clinicians and individuals working with those with mental health support needs. The views of those taking part in the survey will... More
    Closed 27 February 2022
  • Mental health service users survey 2022

    Brighton and Hove City Council (BHCC) in partnership with NHS Brighton & Hove Clinical Commissioning Group (BHCCG) are developing a Mental Health & Housing Plan for the city. The aim of this plan is to identify what works well and what we can improve on in the future. We would like to hear from people who have mental health support needs and the family and friends of those with mental health needs about their experiences of services including accommodation based support and... More
    Closed 27 February 2022
  • Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) in Brighton and Hove.

    Brighton & Hove City Council is seeking your views/experiences of Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) in Brighton & Hove. Thank you for your interest in sharing your views with Brighton & Hove City Council on the important issue that is VAWG. Please do not include anything that might identify yourself or anyone else. The term VAWG (Violence Against Women and Girls) is an umbrella term for a range of crime types that... More
    Closed 20 February 2022
  • Parent/carer feedback for Families, Children and Learning

    We’d like to know about your experience of Children’s Social Work. It’s important for us to hear your views so we can improve the support we offer to families in the city. This survey is anonymous. You can read the privacy notice about how we will use and store the information we collect. If you have any concerns about your current support, you should talk to your social worker or pod manager. Thank you for taking the time to complete the survey. More
    Closed 8 February 2022
  • Admission arrangements for Brighton & Hove schools 2023/24

    Brighton & Hove City Council is consulting on future admission arrangements for the city’s community schools, Moulsecoomb Primary School and City Academy, Whitehawk. These arrangements will take effect from September 2023. The consultation runs from 15 November 2021 to 2 January 2022. The following groups are invited to give their views on the proposals put forward in this document: parents of children between the ages of two and 18; ... More
    Closed 2 January 2022
  • Have your say on Public Space Protection Orders - barbecues, lanterns and balloons

    The use of single-use, disposable barbecues and the release of lanterns and balloons outdoors has caused an impact on the environment and increased clear up and costs for Brighton & Hove City Council. Following complaints and feedback we would like to hear your views on our plan to solve this problem. More information on the use of single-use, disposable barbecues litter bins have been set alight in Brighton & Hove - this may have been due to the incorrect disposal of... More
    Closed 2 January 2022
  • Have your say on the draft domestic abuse accommodation and support strategy for Sussex

    We want to know what you think of the draft domestic abuse accommodation and support strategy for Sussex. Have we got the priorities right? Is there anything we have missed? How to take part You can complete the online survey or send us your feedback via email. The consultation closes on 19 December 2021. More
    Closed 19 December 2021
  • Developer contributions calculator for on-site public art provision

    The artistic tradition of Brighton & Hove is an important part of its identity. The provision of public art can create and enhance local distinctiveness in the public realm and help develop a desirable sense of place as well as improving legibility . Working with artists offers an opportunity to design schemes which go beyond the purely functional and create places that reflect the life, identity and aspirations of a particular place or community. The Council is seeking to... More
    Closed 8 December 2021
  • Future arrangement of the Home to School Transport service

    Purpose of the consultation The council has begun to consider the process of commissioning the new Home to School Transport (HTST) contract from August 2023. This consideration will involve a consultation with all stakeholders, including parents and carers, young people, schools and transport firms. It will also involve research into systems used by other Local Authorities and their respective strengths and weaknesses. The Home to School Transport... More
    Closed 12 November 2021
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