A three year strategic programme to facilitate investment into key organisations working in partnership to provide services and activities that deliver against council priorities.
Let us know about an issue in your council estate that's affecting day to day life for you or your neighbours
Find out how to join or start a local resident group.
If you're a council resident, you can ask councillors and managers about housing issues in Brighton & Hove at our Citywide Conference.
If you're a council resident, you can get involved with different groups across the city to help improve the services we provide.
Tell us which type of improvement you'd like to see in your neighbourhood with our Environment Improvement survey.
Find out how we can help you, and your neighbours, develop an idea to improve your neighbourhood
The Estate Development Budget can fund projects that will improve council housing owned buildings, community facilities, land or the local environment.
You can make a bid if you're a tenant or resident association or an informal group of tenants who are not part of an association.
Apply for funding if you have an idea that will improve your neighbourhood.
Once a bid is submitted the Community Engagement Team will check that the bid meets the EDB guidelines.
Involve your neighbours, get support with your bid and leaseholder contributions towards the cost of work.
We publish a newsletter four times a year called Homing In, with all the latest news and developments for our council tenants and leaseholders.
Our annual reports to all council tenants and leaseholders on our performance as your landlord.
Minutes from the Leaseholder Action Group meetings for council leaseholders.
Field officers go out into the community to help deliver a range of services and help residents with their issues. Find out more about what they do.