City Plan Part 2 Consultation
The draft City Plan Part Two approved at 21st June Tourism Development & Culture Committee for a 10 week period of consultation from July 5th to September 13th.
The Plan supports the implementation and delivery of the City Plan Part One (adopted in March 2016) through the allocation of additional development sites and through a suite of detailed development management policies which will be used in the determination of planning applications.
The development management policies cover a wide range of topics including housing, high quality design and places, safe and sustainable travel and community facilities.
Brighton & Hove City Council wishes receive responses to the consultation from members of Brighton & Hove Connected. Details of how to respond are available on the City Plan Part Two webpage:
The Brighton & Hove Visitor Economy Strategy consultation
The Visitor Economy Strategy (VES) for Brighton & Hove is a strategy for the city first but looks outside to identify how the city and region can work together on tourism for mutual benefit. The work has been commissioned by the City Council but this is a strategy for everyone with a responsibility or an interest in the visitor economy. Its success relies on everyone getting behind the priorities and recommendations set out here and working together to deliver them. A Destination Management Plan sets out priority actions needed to deliver the strategy over the next five years. The strategy is informed by consultations with national tourism agencies, regional partners and local businesses.
This consultation is an opportunity for Brighton & Hove residents and those working in the sector to comment on the draft of the Visitor Economy Strategy 2018 -2023. Comments received will be taken into consideration when completing the final Visitor Economy Strategy. The final document will then be taken to the Tourism Development & Culture Committee on 27th September.