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Roads adopted by Brighton & Hove City Council
As a local authority, Brighton & Hove Council maintains a Highways Land Search Register which lists the highways maintainable at public expense as well as the private roads within the city.
The register listing private and public roads is available, free of charge, to all members of the public in the form of the Traffic Search Information document [PDF 592 KB]. You can also visit the Customer Service Centres at Bartholomew House or Hove Town Hall to for a copy.
Adopted roads within Brighton and Hove can be viewed by using the Highway Terrier Maps system as well.
For a list of all the Proposed Traffic Schemes shown on the register under Question 3.6 view the TRO Database [PDF 24 KB].
Information displayed is being constantly updated and is correct to the best of our knowledge. It does not constitute a definitive statement as to the status of any particular highway. It provides information as to whether a road is adopted highway maintainable at public expense.
The motorway and trunk road network is the responsibility of the Highways Agency. All enquiries concerning proposed motorway or trunk road improvements and extents of highways should be directed to the Highway Agency.
Additional Highway Search Fees
If you require additional information such as Road Widening Schemes or require information and a plan showing the extent of publicly maintainable highway the fee is £35 (including VAT). This can be paid over the phone on (01273) 292181, or by sending a cheque to:
Hove Town Hall