Tennis players in Brighton & Hove are being asked for their views on the future of four of the city’s tennis facilities.
The council has received proposals from Tennis Clubs, or groups of users, to manage and operate the public tennis courts, and any associated tennis club facilities, at Dyke Park, Hollingbury Park, Preston Park and Saltdean.
We'd like to know how residents feel about the individual proposals for each facility.
Take part in the consultation.
Background to the proposals
The proposals follow the successful transfer of the facilities at Hove Park to Hove Park Tennis Alliance in 2018.
Community Asset Transfer (CAT) is being used nationally by many local authorities and enables sports clubs and communities to manage facilities and generate investment for upgrading and maintenance.
Under the proposals, tennis facilities in the city would continue to be available for public use.
The consultation closes on 29 August.