Still time to have your say on Brighton Downland Estate Plan

2nd March 2021

The first stage of the consultation on the Brighton & Hove City Council’s Downland Estate Plan ends on Friday 19 March so don’t miss out!

The City Council is inviting you to help shape the vision for the open spaces and Downland owned by Brighton & Hove City Council.

Brighton & Hove’s rural estate is made up of about 12,800 acres of land in the South Downs National Park.

Together with residents, Brighton & Hove City Council is developing a new vision for this valuable asset in the city. It is a unique opportunity to explore how we can use this land to help tackle the climate and biodiversity emergencies and reduce carbon emissions.

Find out more at:

Read CPRE Sussex response Brighton and Hove Downland Plan

Follow this link to have your say on the plan:

Read about the Downland Estate Plan, the Brighton Downs Alliance, and points Brighton & Hove residents can make to their local councillors at:   

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The legacy of Ethel’s vision and determination lives on thanks to the continued efforts of the Friends of the Peak District, and she remains an inspiration to everyone within CPRE