Re-imagine Brighton & Hove

We want to hear your ideas on how to create a better Brighton & Hove for all.

Shaping the city’s future together 

Re-imagine Brighton & Hove invites you to create the positive change you’d like to see. 

We want to learn from your experiences, hear your ideas and turn your ideas into action to help deliver our Council Plan for 2023 to 2027

Engagement themes 

We invite Brighton & Hove residents to help us address the key issues that matter most to them. 

Our first four engagement themes will focus on: 

  • graffiti tagging - how can we make sure our streets and public spaces are attractive and well-maintained?
  • cost of living - how can we create a fairer and more inclusive city where everyone can thrive? 
  • safety in the city - how can we ensure women and girls feel safe? 
  • health and wellbeing - how can we improve physical and mental health and wellbeing for all? 

How to get involved

Join us at workshops, take part in online surveys and be part of the change you want to see.

Graffiti tagging

Our first Re-imagine Brighton & Hove session will be on graffiti tagging. 

Join us from 6pm to 8pm on Tuesday 21 November at Hove Town Hall, Council Chambers, Norton Road, Hove, BN3 4AH.

To book your place, send an email to

Cost of living 

At this event we'll discuss how cost of living is affecting us all and how we can work together to help each other. 

Join us from 6pm to 8pm on Monday 11 December at St Richard’s Church & Community Centre, Egmont Road, Hangleton, Hove, BN3 7FP.

To book your place, send an email to

Future sessions

In January, we'll look at how we can make Brighton & Hove a safer city for women and girls.

In February, will look at how we make Brighton & Hove healthier for all.

We’ll publish details of these sessions as soon as they’re confirmed.

Getting young people involved 

Young people play a crucial role in re-imagining the city. We're giving all young people aged 11 to 19 an opportunity to give us their ideas. We'd like to know what they think the solutions to the challenges we face could be. We're asking them to design the future.

If you, your school or youth group, or a young person you know would like to get involved, send an email to