Help us protect and enhance our Royal Pavilion Garden
Updated on 13 June 2018.
Residents and visitors are being invited to help shape the future of Brighton & Hove’s historic Royal Pavilion Garden.
More than five million people visit the garden each year, from tourists from all over the world, to North Laine residents who consider the space as their ’back garden.’
Brighton & Hove City Council is working on a plan to improve and enhance the popular garden and has launched a public consultation to find out what local people think.
The council is committed that the garden will remain free and accessible to all as one of the most important green spaces in the city.
Residents and visitors have until 29 June to comment on all aspects of the garden from planting, seating, the boundary and walkways to attractions and events, as well as how to tackle anti-social behaviour and ways to make people more aware of its heritage.
If you need a paper copy of the survey, please call 03000 290902