Join the climate conversation online
As the first meeting of Brighton & Hove’s climate assembly takes place, we are inviting residents, visitors and people who work in the city to be part of the climate conversation.
Supporting the city’s creative and cultural Sector
We are working with a group of organisations and the Arts and Creative Industries Commission to produce an Arts Recovery Plan to run over the next three years.
New guidance to improve urban design for people
The council has published draft guidance to help developers, architects and designers create accessible, high quality and climate-friendly buildings.
Covid-19 alert status stays yellow
Brighton & Hove City Council is keeping the city’s Covid-19 alert level status at yellow this week. There were 47 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in the city up to 17 September (based on data published on 21 September), down from 59 cases in the week up to 10 September.
First climate assembly meets
Brighton & Hove’s citizens assembly on climate met for the first time on 22 September to discuss how we can reduce carbon emissions from transport use in the city.
Celebrations as new playground opens in Stanmer Park
Children of all ages and abilities are enjoying the new play area in in Stanmer Park. The new playground also includes equipment for less able youngsters including a toddler and basket swing and accessible roundabout.
Babies of 2020
We’re looking for babies born in the city during the lockdown who have not yet been legally registered. It’s quick and easy to register a birth at Brighton & Hove register office. You can make an appointment with the register office online or by phone.
Councillors to consider reopening Madeira Drive for one-way vehicle use
A proposal to reopen Madeira Drive to one-way traffic, with a two-way protected cycle lane, more space for pedestrians and an increase in parking bays for blue badge holders will be considered by councillors next week.
Environment, Transport and Sustainability committee
Councillor Pete West will stand down from the Environment, Transport and Sustainability (ETS) committee. Councillor Amy Heley has been put forward to take on the chair.
Covid-19 safety advice for people participating in protests
This weekend a Black Lives Matter march is taking place in the city. We support the call by organisers for a peaceful and safe demonstration this weekend and thank the thousands of people who protested safely last time and demonstrated our city’s values.