Interested in playing a part in creating our anti-racist city?
As part of our commitment to become an anti-racist city, we'd like to work with more people and groups tackling racism and race inequality.
Help us stay ahead of the game!
We're inviting residents to have their say in a plan to improve and develop our sports facilities in the city.
2019/20 parking report and how its revenue supports elderly and disabled travel in the city
Almost £12m has again been invested into supporting local bus services and free travel for elderly and disabled people in Brighton & Hove.
Applications are now open for business grants
If you are are a businesses in the city affected by the latest restrictions, you may be able to get a Covid business payment.
EU action on climate following local lobbying
The European Council has agreed to consider more ambitious climate reduction targets following lobbying from European mayors and council leaders.
Covid rates rising in Brighton & Hove
There has been a 46% rise in Covid cases in the city in the last seven days, Director of Public Health, Alistair Hill wants residents to take lockdown seriously.
From Brighton with Love – EU transition support for small businesses
A new initiative from Brighton Chamber, Brighton & Hove City Council and Brighton & Hove Economic Partnership has been developed to give local businesses expert support through the EU Transition and beyond.
Please don’t buy, store or bring elm logs into the city
Elm logs are a breeding ground for bark beetles that carry elm disease. Elm logs bought, stored or brought into the city mean the beetles spread disease and threaten our historic elm collection.
Protecting our downland for future generations
Residents in Brighton & Hove are invited to help shape plans for managing the city's downland over the next 100 years.
Your views please on managing school places in future
You've got until 27 November to let us know your views on our plans tor reduce the total number of school places across the city starting in September 2022.