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  • Victoria Recreation Ground-Proposed Outdoor Gym

    As part of our continued commitment to improve parks and open spaces and with the support of Friends of Victoria Recreation Ground, we are proposing to install a new free access outdoor gym to increase accessibility and health benefits for everyone. This will be funded by developer’s contributions. More
    Closed 3 December 2023
  • Queens Park Play Area - Phase 2 Consultation

    We continue to work closely with Friends of Queens Park to bring phase 2 of the playground refurbishment to the park and we are pleased to announce that developers funding has become available for Phase 2. We’d like your views on how the play area can be further improved. More
    Closed 3 December 2023
  • Preston Park-Proposed Outdoor Gym 

    As part of our continued commitment to improve parks and open spaces and with the support of Friends of Preston Park, we’re proposing to install a new free access outdoor gym to increase accessibility and health benefits for everyone. This will be funded by developer’s contributions. More
    Closed 3 December 2023
  • Farm Green Beryl BTN Bikehub

    As part of the expansion of our Beryl BTN Bikes scheme, we’re planning on installing a new hub for Beryl Bikes on the Auckland Drive side of Farm Green. We recognise the Bevendean area has been without proper access to our bike hire scheme and so we want to correct this by installing a new hub at Farm Green. The bikes parked there would be a mixture of pedal bikes and new e-bikes, available to hire through the Beryl App. We’d like to hear your views and... More
    Closed 24 November 2023
  • College Conservation Area Character Statement

    We are consulting upon a new College Conservation Area Character Statement. The aim of the Character Statement is to define the special interest of the area, through a detailed assessment of its history, character and appearance. The College Conservation Area was designated in April 1988. This is the first Character Statement for this area. The consultation draft College Conservation Area Character Statement can be viewed here (opens in a new window) and... More
    Closed 17 November 2023
  • Polling District and Polling Place Review 2023/24

    Brighton & Hove City Council are conducting a full review of its polling districts and polling places under Section 18 of the Representation of the People Act 1983 and in line with the Electoral Registration and Administration Act 2013. This review is necessary due to: The statutory requirement for a review to be started and completed within the period of 16 months from 1 October every fifth year after 1 October 2013. The requirement to implement the... More
    Closed 31 October 2023
  • 2023 School Streets

    School Streets is the council’s programme which aims to address issues that many schools experience including double parking, congestion, road safety and air quality issues immediately outside their school. The restrictions implemented through School Streets are designed to reduce traffic at drop off and pick up times, making it easier and safer to walk, cycle and scoot for all or part of the school journey. We would like to hear your views on the proposals... More
    Closed 22 October 2023
  • Statutory notices in relation to Hertford Infant School/Hertford Junior School becoming a single school.

    In accordance with the Education and Inspections Act 2006, as amended, (the Act) it is proposed by Brighton & Hove City Council, Hove Town Hall, Norton Road, Hove, BN3 3BG to make prescribed alterations to both Hertford Infant and Junior Schools. The first proposal, being made by the Local Authority, Brighton & Hove City Council, is to close Hertford Junior School, 66 Lynchet Close, Brighton BN1 7FP, from 1st September 2024 This proposal is linked to a... More
    Closed 15 October 2023
  • Managing commercial bins on the highway phase 2

    In June 2021, we introduced a new approach to managing commercial bins on the highway following a public consultation. The feedback we’ve received on the introduction of time-banding zones (T-Zones) indicates that the scheme has improved and tidied up central areas of the city, as well as improved the accessibility of pavements and roads. Following requests from councillors and members of the public, we’re now seeking your views on extending this to... More
    Closed 15 October 2023
  • Social Housing Regulation - Consumer Standards Consultation

    We want to hear from our social housing residents. Since the Grenfell tragedy, new social housing regulations are being put in place. The Regulator of Social Housing has started a consultation on the new draft Consumer Standards and as social housing residents you’re able to feedback to the Regulator. However, before you feedback to them, we want to hear from Brighton & Hove City Council’s social housing residents to get an idea of... More
    Closed 3 October 2023
  • Anti Social Behaviour (ASB) – business/individual survey

    The Safer Communities Team is launching a survey to evaluate the Community Safety Partnership’s response to anti-social behaviour (ASB) in public spaces. This survey is being hosted on a different platform, please use the link below to complete the survey. More
    Closed 24 September 2023
  • Alcohol licensing Cumulative Impact Assessment (CIA) 2023

    The Council, as Licensing Authority, is carrying out a statutory consultation exercise as part of its 3 year review of its Cumulative Impact Assessment (CIA). More
    Closed 21 September 2023
  • A23 Red Route

    Introduction of Red Routes along A23 and Lewes Road As part of our work to tackle anti-social parking and to keep traffic in the city moving, we’re going to be introducing Red Routes in two areas of Brighton & Hove, part of the A23 and part of Lewes Road. A23 London Road and Preston Road, between Cheapside and South Road Lewes Road between Elm Grove and the southern end of the Vogue Gyratory. Introducing Red Routes means... More
    Closed 17 September 2023
  • Lewes Road Red Route

    Introduction of Red Routes along A23 and Lewes Road As part of our work to tackle anti-social parking and to keep traffic in the city moving, we’re going to be introducing Red Routes in two areas of Brighton & Hove, part of the A23 and part of Lewes Road. A23 London Road and Preston Road, between Cheapside and South Road Lewes Road between Elm Grove and the southern end of the Vogue Gyratory. Introducing Red Routes means changing the current lines from double... More
    Closed 17 September 2023
  • Surrenden - Zone 10 Parking Review

    This is your opportunity to have your say and let us know if you feel any changes are required to improve how the parking controls operate. If support is shown for potential changes to the residents parking scheme in your area, we will carry out a further consultation with details of proposed changes for your consideration. This will give you an opportunity to tell us whether you support any proposals before they are taken further forward. The results of this consultation will be... More
    Closed 10 September 2023
  • Whitehawk Pedestrian Crossing Improvements

    As part of the Council’s Pedestrian Crossing Priority Programme, we are planning to implement improvements at the Whitehawk mini-roundabout (junction of Whitehawk Road, Arundel Road, Bristol Gardens and Roedean Road). Proposed changes are: Closure of eastern end of Bristol Gardens to motor vehicles to prevent rat running and speeding. This will remain open to pedestrians and cyclists and provide more space for pedestrians. Removal of roundabout and... More
    Closed 9 September 2023
  • Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPOs) relating to dog control and alcohol, 2023

    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 3 September 2023
  • School Streets Evaluation Survey

    School Streets schemes are designed to address issues on the roads around schools at drop off and pick up times, including congestion, illegal or unsafe parking and air quality issues immediately outside of school. Since 2020 Brighton & Hove City Council has introduced School Streets schemes to nine schools in the city, with further schemes currently being developed for the near future. You can find out more about our current and upcoming School Streets schemes on our webpage. ... More
    Closed 23 July 2023
  • Provision of school meals

    The council is working with our primary and special schools to procure a central contract for the provision of school meals across the city. The current contract will end in July 2024, and we would like to know what, if any changes, people would like to see from any new arrangement. More
    Closed 18 July 2023
  • Autism strategy consultation

    We want to know what you think needs to happen to make Brighton and Hove better for autistic people, their families and their support network. Brighton and Hove Autism Partnership Board is developing the Brighton and Hove Autism Strategy. The Brighton and Hove Autism Strategy will say how we plan to improve the lives of local autistic people and their support network over the next five years. This survey is being hosted by on a seperate website. Clicking on the link... More
    Closed 19 June 2023
  • Norton Road Rain Garden - initial design

    Norton Road, Hove suffered surface water flooding and damage to basement properties during an extreme weather event in 2014 which you can watch in this video link. In 2018 Brighton & Hove City Council declared a Climate and biodiversity emergency and created a programme of works to respond to this emergency - the Carbon Neutral 2030 programme . On our website's Carbon Neutral Fund pages you can find a list of projects being used to deliver this programme.... More
    Closed 18 June 2023
  • Hollingdean Residents Parking Full Scheme

    The council has prepared proposals for a residents’ parking scheme in the area and wants to hear from you. The scheme would operate from 8am to 8pm Monday to Sunday. The scheme would contain: Permit holder bays for use by residents and their visitors during enforcement hours Bays for loading, car club vehicles, Blue Badge holders, motorcycles and bicycles could be available on request Double yellow lines will be placed... More
    Closed 4 June 2023
  • Home to School Transport - Post 16 Transport Policy Consultations

    Two Home to School Transport consultations. Consultation A: This consultation relates to transport arrangements for the 2023-24 academic year, which starts in September 2023. Read the draft Post 16 Transport Policy Statement 2023 to 2024 . Consultation B: This consultation relates to transport arrangements for the 2024-25 academic year, which starts in September 2024. More
    Closed 20 April 2023
  • 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 out more about the Stanmer Park Restoration Project and sign up for project updates. Thank you for supporting our project by filling in this questionnaire. More
    Closed 31 March 2023
  • Rottingdean Neighbourhood Plan - Submission Consultation (Regulation 16)

    Rottingdean Parish Council has prepared a Neighbourhood Plan . The plan sets out a vision for the future of the Rottingdean Parish Neighbourhood Area and includes planning policies which will be used to help determine planning applications locally. The Parish undertook their initial Regulation 14 consultation on their draft plan between February and April 2021. In accordance with Regulation 16 of the Neighbourhood Planning Regulations 2012 (as amended), the Neighbourhood... More
    Closed 16 March 2023
  • City wide drug related harm survey

    The Brighton & Hove Community Safety Partnership want to increase people’s trust and confidence in reporting drug harm in communities and neighbourhoods. We want to hear from residents about their experience of reporting drug-related antisocial behaviour and crime. This is to help us identify issues and focus resources to reduce drug harm in the city. Please complete this short survey to share your views. This consultation is being hosted on a different platform. Please use the link... More
    Closed 5 March 2023
  • Blakers Park - Tennis consultation

    Brighton & Hove City Council wants to know how you feel about the proposals from Blakers Park Tennis CIC to take over the management and operation of the two public tennis courts at the park. We (Brighton & Hove City Council) are also inviting your comments on the current tennis facilities at Blakers Park. More
    Closed 5 March 2023
  • Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) / Local Intelligence

    The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) is a set of resources that describe the health and wellbeing needs of the local population, and how they vary across the city and for different groups. It is used to identify local health and wellbeing issues and inform the way local services are delivered. The JSNA is put together by collecting a variety of data, local views and experiences, as well as other evidence. It also looks at a wider range of factors, such as education, employment and... More
    Closed 23 February 2023
  • Brighton & Hove Community Safety Strategy 2023-26

    Brighton & Hove’s Community Safety Partnership is made up of representatives from statutory, voluntary and community organisations. It works towards cutting crime and anti-social behaviour and making the city safer. The Community Safety and Crime Reduction Strategy lays out the partnership’s work and we are drawing up our plans for the next three years. We are inviting feedback on the priorities in our draft strategy for 2023-26 and welcome your input . This... More
    Closed 5 February 2023
  • Childcare Sufficiency Assessment 2023

    We want to hear your views about childcare in Brighton & Hove. Your views will help us assess demand for childcare places and help us support local childcare providers to meet your needs. Findings from the questionnaire will be published on the council’s website as part of the Childcare Sufficiency Assessment 2022. If you have any questions or comments about this questionnaire please email eyc@brighton-hove.gov.uk More
    Closed 29 January 2023
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