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  • Proposal to change the use of the former Portslade Community College sixth form site on Mile Oak Road

    This proposal includes the former sixth form building, the outside space surrounding it, and the playing field to the north of the main site. We are proposing to change the use of the former Portslade Community College sixth form centre in Mile Oak Road. You may also know the site as the former base of the King’s School. King’s School has now moved to a new base next to West Blatchington Primary School in Hove. This means the building is no... More
    Closed 25 February 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 unpaid trial shift is w here an employer fails to pay for work which either makes money from a prospective employee or saves money for the employer. Findings from the survey will be shared... More
    Closed 8 March 2020
  • Unpaid Trial Shifts - survey for businesses

    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 through a wide consultation. An unpaid trial shift is where an employer fails to pay for work which either makes money from a prospective employee or saves money for the employer. Findings... More
    Closed 8 March 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 launching a consultation in response to local concerns identified in the Queens Park Conservation Area Statement. The document, which was adopted by the council in September 2018 following public... More
    Closed 16 March 2020
  • 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 complete this su r v e y. Y our vi e ws are impo r tant to us. 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 taking the time to complete this su r v e y. Y our vi e ws are impo r tant to us. More
    Closed 13 April 2020
  • East Sussex Fire Authority’s consultation on its Integrated Risk Management Plan 2020-2025.

    Planning for a Safer Future East Sussex Fire Authority would like your help in planning for the future so we can make the right decisions. We want to make sure we put our resources in the right place, at the right time to deal with emergencies and help prevent them in the first place. Our proposals include: • Crewing – we’ve looked at the shift patterns worked by our firefighters • Fire engines – we’ve looked at... More
    Closed 19 June 2020
  • Transport Policy Statement for Students aged 16–19 in Further Education, Continuing Students aged 19 and over and 19-24 Year Old Students who have a learning or a physical disability: Amended 19/05/2020

    Transport Policy Statement for Students aged 16–19 in Further Education, Continuing Students aged 19 and over and 19-24 Year Old Students who have a learning or a physical disability Amended 19/05/2020 – updated information on concessionary rail schemes. Local authorities have a duty to prepare and publish an annual transport policy statement specifying the arrangements for the provision of transport or otherwise that the authority... More
    Closed 21 June 2020
  • Parents' feedback during lockdown

    We’d like to find out about your experience of Children’s Social Work during the current Covid-19 ‘lockdown’. Especially when it has been so difficult for everyone, it’s really important for us to hear your views, so we can try and improve the support we offer to families in the city. This survey is anonymous, and you can read the privacy notice about how we’ll use and store the information we collect. If you have any concerns about your current... More
    Closed 5 August 2020
  • Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPOs) relating to dog control and alcohol.

    Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPOs) are intended to deal with a particular nuisance or problem in an area that is detrimental to the local community’s quality of life by imposing conditions on the use of that area that apply to everyone. They are designed to ensure people can use and enjoy public spaces safe from anti-social behaviour. More
    Closed 21 August 2020
  • Brighton Marina Business Forum Renewal

    The Brighton Marina Business Forum was designated on 18 June 2015. The forum’s designation lasts for 5 years and expired on 18 June 2020. The forum has applied to the council to formally renew its designation in accordance with the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 the Localism Act 2011 and the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012. The neighbourhood area boundary remains identical to the original boundary that was designated in 2015. Renewal will enable... More
    Closed 15 September 2020
  • Brighton & Hove Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Strategy 2020-2025

    Welcome to the Brighton and Hove co-produced citywide strategy which has been developed to enhance the outcomes and life chances of children and young people with SEND and adults with Learning Disabilities across the city. Although the Local Authority (LA) and the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) are the leads for the strategy, its success will undoubtedly lie in the effectiveness of the partnership between all stakeholders, in particular our families. To see a copy of strategy and... More
    Closed 18 September 2020
  • Beach Chalet Letting Policy

    The council would like to hear your views on the Brighton & Hove beach chalet letting policy. To clarify, this survey relates only to the council owned beach chalets which are rented and not privately owned wooden beach huts. Beach chalets are a very popular and much loved part of Brighton & Hove’s seafront and are now only available to residents of Brighton & Hove. Demand for the chalets is very high – so much so that the waiting lists are currently closed. ... More
    Closed 27 September 2020
  • Statement of Licensing Policy (SoLP) 5 year review 2021

    The Council, as Licensing Authority, is carrying out a consultation exercise as part of the 5 year statutory review of its Statement of Licensing Policy (SoLP). The policy reflects national legislation and guidance and demonstrates how responsible authorities will operate at a local level. The council would like local stakeholders, residents and members of the public as well as statutory consultees and “responsible authorities” to have their say... More
    Closed 4 October 2020
  • Consultation on the proposed closure of the nursery class at Hertford Infant and Nursery School and raising of the lower age range of the school from three to four years

    Hertford Infant and Nursery School, Hertford Road, Brighton. BN1 7GF What are we consulting you on? Hertford Infant and Nursery School is a community maintained school with a nursery class which currently offers part-time free early education to three and four year olds (the early years free entitlement, EYFE). The class has 26 places and is open 2.5 days a week, for a total of 15 hours a week, and is only open during... More
    Closed 16 October 2020
  • Council Tax Reduction (CTR) scheme

    Each year, the council is required to review its Council Tax Reduction (CTR) scheme. Council Tax Reduction (CTR) is a system for low income households to help pay towards Council Tax. You may get CTR if you pay Council Tax and your income and capital (savings and investments) are below a certain level. People of pensionable age are assessed under national rules which the council cannot change. They will continue to have their CTR worked out in the same way as it... More
    Closed 1 December 2020
  • Queen’s Park Conservation Area Article 4 Direction Consultation

    Following recent informal consultation (Feb-Mar 2020) regarding the proposal to introduce additional planning controls (Article 4 Direction) to the Queen's Park Conservation Area, the council are now undertaking formal, statutory consultation. As part of the Article 4 Direction, certain permitted development rights, relating to the front elevations of dwellinghouses will be removed and will require planning permission. Please read the attached documents for further information. More
    Closed 4 December 2020
  • Health & Wellbeing Board (HWB)

    Health & Wellbeing Board Boards (HWBs) are statutory partnerships, bringing together local authorities, NHS commissioners and others to provide strategic leadership to local health & care systems. The Brighton & Hove HWB has been in place since 2013 and we are currently reviewing the way the Board operates to ensure that it is as effective as possible. The proposals below have been developed by the City Council, with input from our partners on the HWB. We’d really like to... More
    Closed 4 January 2021
  • Brighton & Hove Sports Facilities Investment Plan

    Introduction The council is currently developing a Sports Facilities Investment Plan that aims to improve the sports facilities provided within our city and we want your feedback on the long term plans. The purpose of the investment plan will be to deliver good quality, accessible, sustainable facilities and services which support increased levels of participation. This leads to improving the health and wellbeing of residents across the city. The sports facilities... More
    Closed 17 January 2021
  • Hove station area masterplan

    What's happened so far Work on the masterplan has been ongoing since January 2020, following the appointment of a consultant team led by Tibbalds Planning & Urban Design. The masterplan has been prepared in the form of a draft Supplementary Planning Document . This means that it will provide guidance that adds detail to ‘higher-level’ planning policies (in the Brighton & Hove City Plan and the ‘emerging’ Hove Station Neighbourhood Plan). Where the masterplan area is... More
    Closed 7 February 2021
  • Re-start – Community Sport and Exercise Provider Survey

    Brighton & Hove City Council is seeking to find out about the impact of Covid-19 on local sport and exercise providers and the opportunities they provide for people in the city. Information provided through this survey will be used to: Identify organisations providing sport and exercise opportunities in Brighton & Hove Develop understanding of the impact of Covid-19 on local activity providers and any training or support needs Inform the support... More
    Closed 28 February 2021
  • Parent feedback during COVID

    We’d like to know about your experience of Children’s Social Work during the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s important for us to hear your views so we can improve the support we offer to families in the city - especially during such a difficult time. 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. ... More
    Closed 8 March 2021
  • Commercial bins on the city’s roads, paths and pavements

    The council receives a lot of complaints and comments about commercial bins on the city’s roads and pavements. Including where they are, their condition and the amount of them. Despite trying to resolve these issues, people still have concerns about the cleanliness and attractiveness of the city to residents, shoppers and visitors. It's also causing problems for physical distancing. COVID-19 has had a significant effect on businesses across Brighton & Hove. We want... More
    Closed 31 March 2021
  • Transport Policy Statement for Students aged 16–19 in Further Education, Continuing Students aged 19 and over and 19-24 Year Old Students who have a learning or a physical disability, 2021

    Transport Policy Statement for Students aged 16–19 in Further Education, Continuing Students aged 19 and over and 19-24 Year Old Students who have a learning or a physical disability Amended 19/05/2020 – updated information on concessionary rail schemes. Local authorities have a duty to prepare and publish an annual transport policy statement specifying the arrangements for the provision of transport or otherwise that the authority... More
    Closed 30 May 2021
  • Brighton and Hove Adult Learning Disability Strategy 2021-2026

    The strategy sets out the 6 key priorities and outlines the partnership between the Local Authority (LA), the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), adults with learning disabilities and their families, our key partner agencies and other services in Health and Social Care, including the voluntary and community sector. The new strategy will be steered by the Adult Learning Disability Partnership Board (LDPB), who’s membership includes the Assistant Director SEN Health and... More
    Closed 30 May 2021
  • Easy Read: Brighton and Hove Adult Learning Disability Strategy “The Big Plan”, 2021-2026

    Closed 31 May 2021
  • BT proposals to remove phone boxes

    British Telecom would like to take out 14 on-street payphones in various locations in the city which have low use or are not being used. As part of this process BT would like to hear what residents think about the proposals. It’s your opportunity to say if you agree or disagree with the phone boxes being removed and the reasons why. The council is co-ordinating residents’ responses on behalf of BT. It doesn’t take long to provide your opinion and your views will help... More
    Closed 31 May 2021
  • Household Waste Recycling Sites

    Why we are consulting There are two Household Waste Recycling Sites (HWRS) in Brighton & Hove; one on Wilson Avenue and one leading off Old Shoreham Road. They are operated by Veolia on behalf of the council. Both sites currently accept more than 30 different types of materials. This includes recycling and household items, electrical items and garden waste. We are seeking your views on proposals to make some changes at the HWRS. ... More
    Closed 31 May 2021
  • Libraries Survey 2021 - Library users and non-users aged 20 and over

    What do you think about Brighton & Hove Libraries Services? We would like to know your views on Libraries Services and libraries stock in general, as well as your experience of using Libraries in Brighton & Hove, both before and during the Covid pandemic. We need your views to inform a new Libraries Strategy 2021-24, and a new Libraries Stock Policy. If you do not use libraries, please tell us why not. The survey will take about 10 minutes to complete. ... More
    Closed 4 July 2021
  • Libraries Survey 2021 - Library users and non-users aged 13-19 years

    What do you think about Brighton & Hove Libraries Services? We would like to know your views on Libraries Services and libraries stock in general, as well as your experience of using Libraries in Brighton & Hove, both before and during the Covid pandemic. We need your views to inform a new Libraries Strategy 2021-24, and a new Libraries Stock Policy. If you do not use libraries, please tell us why not. The survey will take about 10 minutes to complete. ... More
    Closed 4 July 2021
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