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We value the feedback from our ratepayers to help make Brighton a better place to live, visit and enjoy.

If you have any feedback for Council please email so that it can be sent to the relevant department.

Brighton Council is serious about addressing impacts related to climate change. As part of that, we are looking into the risks of inundation and erosion along the Derwent River.

We are pleased to announce the development of the Coastal Hazards and Risk Assessment report (“report”) as part of the Brighton Council Derwent River Coastal Hazards Project. The reports were developed by SGS Economics and Planning for Brighton Council, funded in part by the Australian Government’s Preparing Australian Communities – Local Stream Program.

As part of the community consultation for the project SGS Economics and Planning in conjunction with Brighton Council will be undertaking a public consultation session at the Old Beach Community Hall, 86 Jetty Rd, Old Beach on Tuesday 7th November 2023 at 5.30pm. If you are interested in attending, please RSVP by emailing to reserve your place.

Alternatively, you can provide feedback on the report by:

  • Using our online submission form here: Community Feedback Form
  • Emailing
  • In writing to Brighton Council, 1 Tivoli Rd, Old Beach 7017

Submissions close 21 November 2023.

Your feedback will help us finalise the Community Values Assessment Report.

Coastal Hazards and Risk Interim Report_230929

Bridgewater Bridge Northern Interchange Precinct Masterplan


The Bridgewater Bridge Major Project (the Bridge Project) will replace the existing Bridgewater Bridge with four motor vehicle lanes, crossings for pedestrians and cyclists, and connecting ramps with Gunn Street and Old Main Road at the Northern interchange at Bridgewater. The Bridge Project is expected to be constructed by 2025.

The Bridge Project will significantly change the road layout and movement of vehicles and pedestrians in the northern interchange area (in Bridgewater) as it will remove most of the highway traffic, create improved connectivity to Gunn Street, Nielsen Esplanade, and the Derwent River foreshore, and provide for additional public open space.

Strategically located at the junction of residential, industrial and commercial uses, multiple transport modes, and land and water, the precinct becomes a destination in a growing region. Brighton Council has worked with Realm and the Department of State Growth to develop a comprehensive Masterplan for the precinct, referred to as the ‘Bridgewater Waterfront’ within the Masterplan document.

The Bridgewater Bridge Northern Interchange Precinct Masterplan

The Bridgewater Bridge Northern Interchange Precinct Masterplan (‘the Masterplan) project area includes the Project Land for the Bridge Project and expands along the foreshore to the east and west, and to eastern side of Sorell Street.

The Masterplan represents a unique opportunity to leverage the Bridgewater Bridge construction to the benefit of the Bridgewater community. The need to drastically improve community uses and accessibility provides the potential to reconsider the precinct.

During the project, it was identified that the Rural Living zoned land to the west of the project land could be rezoned and restructured to provide additional density to support the renewal of Old Main Road. Investigating the rezoning of this area to increase the supply of housing was a recommendation of the Brighton Structure Plan.

Therefore, this land has been considered in the Masterplan.

To ensure the Masterplan serves the current and future communities of Bridgewater, Council has engaged extensively with stakeholders to develop and refine this initial, proposed Masterplan.

Masterplan Endorsed for Public Consultation

The Brighton Council endorsed the Masterplan for community consultation for a period of one (1) month at its meeting on the 15th August.

Final Masterplan Endorsed by Council

At its meeting of the 21st November, the Brighton Council considered the 15 submissions received during the consultation period and endorsed the final Masterplan.

Small changes were made to the Masterplan in response to the submissions received although none were major.

The key issues raised in submissions regarded the possibility of some of the actions causing land use conflict with the rail network. Some additional comments were added to the Master Plan clarifying these matters.

The final Master Plan and related documents can be viewed on Council’s ‘Strategies and Plans’ page via the link below.

Strategies & Plans


If you have any questions about the Master Plan project, please contact Brian White on (03) 6268 7070, or

What is Natural Resource Management

We rely on our natural resources to support our economy, for our health and wellbeing, and to support our lifestyles.

Natural Resource Management (NRM) includes looking after our natural assets, caring for our land, soil and waterways, our plants and animals, so they stay healthy and productive.

NRM is about people working together to manage our precious resources, now and into the future.

Brighton’s draft NRM Strategy

Brighton Council has developed a draft Natural Resource Management Strategy to guide how council, community and other stakeholders can work together to sustainably manage Brighton’s natural resources.

The draft NRM Strategy was endorsed for community consultation at the Ordinary Council Meeting on 18th April 2023.

We invite you to view the documents below:

Brighton Council Draft NRM Strategy

Summary – NRM Strategy

Draft NRM Strategy – Appendices

Have your say

You are invited to review the documents and make a submission during the consultation period from 27 April until 17 July 2023.

We value your feedback and it will help finalise the strategy.

If you have any questions please contact

Council is currently undertaking community consultation on the draft Brighton Council Strategic Plan 2023-2033.

A copy of the plan can be downloaded here

The aim of this consultation is to seek community feedback on the draft strategic plan and its key goals and strategies. All feedback received during the consultation period will be considered by Council prior to final adoption of the Strategic Plan 2023-2033.

This review is being undertaken in accordance with the Local Government Act 1993.

Have Your Say

You are invited to review the strategic plan and make a written submission during the consultation period from 23rd January until 15th March 2023.

You can make your submission online here.

Brighton Social Infrastructure Plan

Community Consultation 2023

Brighton Council endorsed the findings of the Social Infrastructure Plan for community consultation at its December meeting.  The Social Infrastructure Plan identifies the gaps and needs for social infrastructure provision across the municipality to 2042.

Social infrastructure includes both open space and recreation, and community and cultural facilities by providing the places and spaces for people to meet, be active, connect, create and learn. It plays an integral part in bringing people together and provides opportunities for individuals, families, and communities to develop life skills; create healthy lifestyles; and to engage socially.  Social infrastructure also provides opportunities for all persons to maximise their potential, through diversity in educational, cultural, sporting, social and recreational offerings.

In recent years, rapid population growth has put considerable pressure on social infrastructure across the Brighton municipality, which is projected to be the fastest-growing LGA in Tasmania in percentage terms with an expected population gain of 33.4%, or 5,754 people, by 2042.

The Plan identifies priority actions for the  Brighton Council area as a whole as well as on a suburb-by-suburb basis.  Key challenges and opportunities identified in the Plan include:

  • Young populations and a lack of youth space
  • Areas of social disadvantage in the LGA
  • Lack of social cohesion between neighbourhoods
  • Low activation and vibrancy with limited people centred places
  • Rapid population growth and planning for new communities
  • Improving existing assets
  • Deficit in creative infrastructure and local cultural spaces
  • Significant undersupply of GPs living and working in the LGA

Key priority areas for open space and recreation include:

  • Expanding the large amount of waterway related open space
  • Considering the recreation infrastructure available at school sites
  • Limited walkability in some areas, although noting Council’s work in upgrading Brighton’s existing walking and cycling network
  • Spaces for informal individualised fitness-based activities
  • A diversity of play offerings
  • Dog friendly spaces, tennis facilities, and access to an indoor recreation centre

The full report and executive summary can be found here:

Brighton Social Infrastructure Plan_Final Draft 09.12.22

Brighton Social Infrastructure Plan Executive Summary

Have Your Say

You are invited to review the documents and make a written submission during the consultation period from 31st January until 3rd March 2023.

You can make your submission online here.

All submissions received during the consultation period will be considered by Council in making their final decision as to whether to endorse the report’s recommendations or whether the submissions received warrant changes.

For more information about the project, please contact Jo Blackwell on (03) 6268 7028.

Old Beach Zoning Review Report

Community Consultation 2023


The Brighton Council engaged ERA Planning & Environment Consultants (ERA) to undertake the ‘Old Beach Zoning Review Project’.

The purpose of the Project was to analyse two (2) rural residential ‘precincts’ in Old Beach to determine whether they have the necessary conditions to accommodate further residential growth.

The precincts are shown below.

Figure 1 Study Precincts

ERA undertook community engagement in 2022, which found that approximately 48% of respondents in the precincts were open to change. The summary of the engagement is available below under the heading ‘Stage 1 Community Consultation Report – 2022’.

ERA have now concluded their ‘technical analysis’ which included a site analysis and traffic assessment. It found that the precincts have the necessary conditions to accommodate residential growth subject to infrastructure upgrades.

ERA’s key recommendation is for 31.2ha of land in Precinct A to be rezoned ‘General Residential’ and the remainder of land in the precincts rezoned ‘Future Urban’. The General Residential zoned portion of land has the potential to result in approximately 580 additional lots.

The Old Beach Zoning Review Report, Traffic Assessment and an indicative future road layout are available for your reference here:

Old Beach Zoning Review – Report – December 2022

Old Beach Zoning Traffic Assessment

Old Beach Zoning Potential Road Layout

Have Your Say

You are invited to review the documents and make a submission during the consultation period from 23 January until 20 February 2023.

You can make your submission online here:

Council Officers and ERA will report to Council on the submissions received during the exhibition period. Council will then decide whether to endorse ERA’s recommendations.

Any future rezoning of the land will be subject to a separate planning scheme amendment process. This project does not include a rezoning application.

For more information about the project, please contact Brian White at (03) 6268 7070.

Stage 1 – Community Consultation Report – 2022

The initial community engagement aspect of the project concluded in 2022, and ERA prepared summary documents of the key findings. These findings are available here:

Old Beach Zoning Review_ Engagement Summary Report

Old Beach Zoning Review_ Engagement Summary Presentation

Council and ERA would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your participation in the drop-in sessions and surveys for this initial stage of consultation. There was an impressive response rate to the engagement, with 72 responses received from the 104 properties in the study area.


The Brighton Local Government Area (LGA) is one of the fastest growing areas in Tasmania. By 2033, Brighton LGA is expected to grow by over 7,000 people. Old Beach and its surrounding areas are growing at a rate of 3.5% per annum and by 2033, is predicted to grow by approximately 3,000 people.

In 2018, the Brighton Structure Plan (structure plan) identified that the current supply of zoned residential land is unlikely to meet anticipated demand for new housing over the next 10 to 15 years. As a result, the structure plan examined potential sites across the LGA that may be suitable for further residential growth. Two of these sites are located in the Old Beach area and are shown below in Figure 1 as Precinct A and Precinct B (the precincts). These precincts are currently zoned ‘Rural Living’ and are characterised by dwellings on larger lots than in suburban areas.

Council would like to understand the community’s views on further residential growth in these precincts.  If it is found that the precincts can accommodate residential growth, Council may look at changing the planning controls in the area to allow for additional housing through such things as rezoning or reducing minimum lot sizes or minimum areas for dwellings.

Figure 1 – Zoning review precincts

Stakeholder Consultation

The Brighton Industrial Estate Brand & Place Strategy , endorsed at the Ordinary Council Meeting on 15 December 2020 defined practical actions to reposition the Brighton Hub (formerly known as the Brighton Industrial Estate) as an attractive prospect for future investors and to support growth.

A key action to make the hub more open and welcoming, is to enhance the entry experience through better amenity, landscaping, and wayfinding.

To implement this action, Council engaged Playstreet Urban Design and collaborated with other stakeholders to develop a master plan and landscape framework for the gateway/entrance to the Brighton Hub. The master plan gives an idea of the desired layout for this gateway and identifies priorities and opportunities to improve amenity, landscaping, and pedestrian access. The landscape framework provides a more detailed description of how to achieve this.

These documents have been endorsed by Council and are available for public consultation until 24 October 2022. You can view them here:

Brighton Hub Gateway – Master plan

Brighton Hub Gateway – Landscape framework

Have your say

Please let us know your thoughts using the following link: Stakeholder Feedback Form – Brighton Hub Gateway

Submissions via the feedback form close on 24 October 2022.

Please remember that the draft master plan and landscape framework are aspirational documents. Provided that no significant amendments are required following public consultation, the development of the gateway/entrance is likely to be staged over several years.

What’s going on?

This is a Brighton Council street tree planting project in partnership with the Material Institute (MONA). The tree planting is in line with Council’s Greening Strategy and is connected to the master plan for the Bridgewater playground area.  It will be planted in two phases:

Phase 1 – Along Eddington street in June this year.

Phase 2 – Along the road next to the playground, with works planned next financial year.

Why are we doing this?

The trees are kindly donated by Material Institute to support community connections to the natural environment, encourage more children in nature-based play, and build a more climate-resilient environment.

We have chosen to plant small native evergreen gum trees that grow up to 6 metres and bloom with red, pink, or orange flowers in the spring. The location of the trees has been outlined in the following diagram:

These tree species have been chosen because of their tolerance to pests and diseases and adaptability to the soils in the area e.g. Eucalyptus Euky Dwarf

Have your say

Please let us know your thoughts using the following link: Community Feedback Form – Eddington Street

If you have any questions regarding our tree planting plan, please contact Kelly Min at (03) 6268 7022 or email:



The community consultation period on the South Brighton Master Plan identified that there were several improvements, or items requiring further investigation for the draft Master Plan. Twenty-two actions were generated from the feedback, which Council and the project consultants have been working on over the last few months.

Since May 2022, Council and the consultant team have been working on preparing the Final Draft South Brighton Master Plan.

A response to each of the 22 action items identified is also available here: Actions from Community Engagement.

What’s next?

Council now hopes to finalise a planning scheme amendment to have the land rezoned so that the Master Plan can be delivered. This process will include a further opportunity to provide submissions about the Master Plan and an opportunity for those with concerns to attend hearings with the Tasmanian Planning Commission.

How can I find out more?

If you would like to hear more about the Master Plan and the next steps, Council will be hosting a public meeting at 5pm on Wednesday 28 September at the Brighton Bowls Club, 212 Brighton Road, Brighton. The public meeting will include a short presentation and an opportunity to ask questions.

Alternatively you can contact David Allingham on 6268 7021 or

Community Engagement Summary

Council undertook community consultation on the Draft South Brighton Master Plan in November 2021. The community participated in the engagement as follows:

  • 17 submissions were received via an online form;
  • 9 submissions were received via email;
  • 14 people attended the “drop-in session”;
  • 5 one-on-one meetings with Council staff.

The “South Brighton Master Plan – Community Engagement Summary” has been prepared to provide an overview of the feedback of the responses received through the engagement.

South Brighton Master Plan – Comunity Engagement Summary

The consultation has identified that there are several improvements, or items requiring further investigation, that could be made to the draft master plan. Twenty-two (22) actions have been generated from the feedback which Council and the project consultants are committed to addressing. This will likely result in an amended layout for the Master Plan.

Council intends to engage further with affected property owners as the master plan is refined.

Background Information

Brighton Council in partnership with the Department of Education engaged GHD to prepare a concept South Brighton Development Precinct Master Plan (the “Master Plan”).  Several background reports were prepared to inform the development of the Master Plan.

The initial Draft South Brighton Master Plan that was released for the community consultation phase in November 2021 is available here:

South Brighton Master Plan – Map

Additional background information about the Draft Master Plan is also provided here:

South Brighton Master Plan – Frequently Asked Questions

South Brighton – Master Plan – Infrastructure Assessment – December 2020

South Brighton Market Assessment – August 2021

South Brighton – Natural Values Assessment – March 2020



The 12 Southern Tasmanian Councils have identified the need to establish a Southern Tasmanian Regional Waste Authority (STRWA).

The purpose of the STRWA is to coordinate local government’s resource recovery and management of solid waste in the southern region for a more sustainable future.

The objectives of the STRWA are to:

  1. Foster sustainable use of resources
  2. Deliver efficient collection and reprocessing of resources
  3. Support opportunities for the circular economy to reduce environmental impact and grow Tasmania’s economy
  4. Provide a collective voice for member councils on the circular economy, resource recovery and waste management

Why do we need a new authority?

The current and emerging circumstances in the waste sector present a unique opportunity for the creation of a new body. These include the introduction of a state waste levy, Container Refund Scheme, and other waste related policies and programs at Federal, State, and Local government level.

This body will bring together the 12 southern councils to provide a direct link to the state government in relation to:

  • collaborations and funding opportunities in the waste sector
  • coordinated responses
  • providing a formal structure to coordinate regional tenders and projects across the region
  • improving the ability to secure funding through the waste levy

The first priority, and major basis for creating the authority, is the management of the recycling contract for the 12 southern councils.

All 12 councils have resolved to implement this authority. A set of draft rules has been developed to underpin the establishment and ongoing operation of the authority. These draft rules address issues such as purpose, functions and powers, membership, and board composition, appointment and terms.

Have your say

As part of the Notice of Intent process to create the authority, the community are invited to provide feedback. We encourage you to read the draft rules available in the Documents section.

Hobart City Council is collecting feedback on behalf of the 12 Southern Tasmania Councils.  You can provide your submission document in one of the following ways:

Upload your submission online HERE

Post your submission to:
City of Hobart
Hobart TAS 7001

Hand deliver your submission to:
Hobart Town Hall
50 Macquarie Street
Hobart TAS 7000

Submissions should be addressed to the City of Hobart CEO Kelly Grigsby. Submissions close 17 April 2022.

Brighton Council would like to better understand the communities needs when it comes to health services in our area. Your input will help inform future planning and advocacy for health services.  We are particularly interested in primary health care needs. In Australia, primary health care is typically the first contact you have with the health system. Primary health care covers health care that is not related to a hospital visit.
This includes things like a visit to the General Practitioner (GP), community health centres, telehealth or video consultations. General practitioners (GPs), community nurses, allied health professionals like a physiotherapist, podiatrist or psychologist, pharmacists, dentists, and Aboriginal health practitioners are all considered primary health care professionals.
You can complete the survey here: COMMUNITY SURVEY
The community survey will be open for responses until Friday 25 March 2022.

Brighton Council has prepared a Master Plan for Ted Jeffries Memorial Park (Seymour Street) which provides a 15-year vision for the area.

The Master Plan is available for you to view here:

Seymour Street Park Master Plan

Submissions can be made using this online form:

Submissions/Feedback Form

Alternatively written submissions can be sent to

The Master Plan includes:

  • A new soccer precinct, which includes 2 x full-size soccer pitches with lighting, relocation of the existing junior pitches, shared clubroom facility and entrance plaza.
  • New car parking and bus stop area.
  • Extension and upgrade of existing playground and picnic facilities.
  • New youth facility including skate park, outdoor courts, and event space.
  • Fenced dog park.
  • Improved landscaping and additional tree planting.

Council is now seeking feedback on the Master Plan.

Submissions on the Draft Master Plan will be open until Friday 17 December.

If you would like to discuss the Master Plan, please contact Callum Pearce-Rasmussen or David Allingham on or 6268 7000.

A draft policy on Residential Use in the Agriculture Zone has been prepared to guide assessment of residential use in the agriculture zone against the Tasmanian Planning Scheme – Brighton.

The policy will apply to:

  • Assessment of all new development applications for residential use in the Agriculture Zone as mapped in the Planning Scheme.
  • Compliance with all existing planning permits that approve residential use in the Agriculture Zone on the condition that it is to support an ongoing agricultural use.

The policy sets out the minimum information required to support an application for residential use on agricultural land.

We would appreciate your feedback. Please use the following link to view the draft Policy:  Draft Policy – Residential Use in the Agriculture Zone

Please use the following form to provide your feedback on the draft policy:

Community Feedback Form

Alternatively, please send email submissions to

Submissions on the draft policy will be open until Friday 19 November.

Brighton Council gives notice of its intention to review the Mobile Food Vendor Policy.

The main policy changes relate to:

  • Approved locations
  • Inclusion of single use fees (to a maximum of 3)

A copy of the draft Mobile Food Vendor Policy, is available to the public for comment from 1st August 2021 to 21st August 2021 as follows:

Please submit your feedback by 21st August 2021 via:

  • Online feedback form here: Community Feedback Form
  • Email:
  • Mail c/o the General Manager, 1 Tivoli Road, Old Beach 7017



A draft Master Plan has been prepared for Cris Fitzparick Park to make it safer, more accessible and attractive for the community.

The draft Master Plan has been prepared by Inspiring Place and incorporates the feedback from over 160 residents captured through a community survey and discussions with kids and parents at Bond Place towards the end of last year.

We would love your feedback.  Please use the following link to view the draft Master Plan documents and to submit a community feedback form.

Community Feedback Form – Cris Fitzpatrick Park

Submissions via the feedback form close 16 April 2021.

Please keep in mind the draft Master Plan is an aspirational plan that is likely to take 10 to 20 years to deliver in numerous stages.

It’s anticipated that Stage 1 will be delivered within 3-5 years and consist of:

  • Double steel flying fox
  • Water play
  • Pedestrian paths
  • Informal nature play features, such as mounds and “boulder hop”
  • Fencing
  • Light fittings
  • Picnic shelters
  • Landscaping including expansion of existing orchard


Brighton Council is planning to introduce a FOGO service in 2021 and is seeking residents’ and ratepayers’ thoughts before proceeding.  We are very interested in your views.

To support a thriving community now and into the future, it is critical that we manage our waste efficiently and sustainably. Your input will help inform Council on how our waste is managed into the future.

The survey is open for you to complete from 9 to 30 March, 2021 using the following link: Community Survey – FOGO

The survey questionnaire will provide you with information on FOGO as you progress through the questions and the opportunity to record any questions you may have. This will help us shape the information we provide to you on FOGO throughout the year.

For those unable to lodge feedback online using the link provided, please email or phone (03) 6268 7000 to obtain a copy of the questionnaire.

Pursuant to section 24 of the Dog Control Act 2000 (the Act), Brighton Council gives notice of its intention to declare the following area prohibited to dogs at all times.


  • Childs Drive Park, Old Beach – Dogs are prohibited from entering at all times. A person must not take a dog into this area.

At the Ordinary Council Meeting on 16 February 2021, Council endorsed this as the only amendment to the previously advertised zonings for areas to be declared.

This amendment to Childs Drive Park, Old Beach is open for public comment from 1 March to 19 March 2021.

Please submit your feedback by 19 March 2021 using the following link:

Feedback Form – Amendment – Intention to Declare Areas

Submissions can also be made via:

  • Email to
  • Mail c/o the General Manager, 1 Tivoli Road, Old Beach 7017

James Dryburgh,


Council is developing improvement plans for Andrew Street to further enhance connectivity across the local community as well as to provide a gateway to the township of Brighton from the east. The project will include flood mitigation works and streetscape beautification, whilst providing safer access for sustainable transport modes to schools, parks and businesses in Brighton’s south and east.
The draft plans show a range of ideas to improve the ‘look and feel’ of the street (6 plans cover the ideas for the length of Andrew Street). These ideas are intended to help improve access, facilities, amenity and safety.
Your thoughts will help us with reviewing and revising the plan.
Please follow this link to complete the local community survey:
The community survey closes on 3 March 2021.
If you would like a copy of the survey mailed to you, please contact Council directly and request a copy or visit the Council offices to collect a copy (Monday to Friday 8.15am to 4.45pm):

Council Offices

1 Tivoli Road
Old Beach, TAS 7017

T: (03) 6268 7000

Pursuant to section 24 of the Dog Control Act 2000 (the Act), Brighton Council gives notice of its intention to declare the following areas:

• Old Beach Dog Park, Jetty Road, Old Beach.
• Bridgewater Parkland Dog Park, Gunn Street end, Bridgewater (to be constructed).
• Seymour Street Dog Park, Brighton (to be constructed).

• Childs Drive Park, Old Beach.
• Old Beach Foreshore Walking Track, Old Beach.
• Bridgewater Foreshore Walking Track, Bridgewater.
• Riverside Drive Walking Track, Bridgewater.
• Ford Road to Andrew Street Walking Track (Polonia Bridge), Brighton.
• Pontville Walking Track, Brighton Road to Hartley Court, Pontville.

• All sports grounds and playing fields are prohibited to dogs at all times.

• Pontville Park Dog Arena, Pontville.
• Greyhound Training Area, behind Seymour Street Park, Brighton.

A copy of the draft Dog Management Policy, which includes the proposed declared areas is available to the public for comment from 30 November to 18 December 2020 as follows:

  • Download the draft policy and declared areas here.
  • Email –
  • Phone – (03) 6268 7000

Please submit your feedback by 18 December 2020 via:

  • The electronic feedback form is available by clicking here
  • Email to
  • Mail c/o the General Manager, 1 Tivoli Road, Old Beach 7017

James Dryburgh,

A master plan is being prepared for Council to improve the ‘look and feel’ of the Cris Fitzpatrick Park. This includes access to and within the park facilities, amenity and safety.

Your thoughts will help us with the plan.


Imagine the Brighton Council area 30 years from now! What do you hope our community will be like? What will stay the same? What will change? What matters to you for a better future?  Brighton Council is creating a Vision for 2050.  It will set out our shared hopes and goals for our community over the next 30 years. It will focus on the things Council can deliver or influence.
The results of our 2050 Vision Survey and the outcomes of the project will be available to the community in February 2021.

Brighton Council is developing a new Placemaking & Brand Strategy for Brighton Industrial Estate.

We are seeking feedback from the people who know and use the Estate to help us shape a fresh new vision that will underpin the new Placemaking & Brand Strategy and guide future improvements. What is your current and aspirational experience of the site? Share your views below.

Please take the survey here


Have your say on the management of dogs in our community.  Brighton Council’s review of the Dog Management Policy is open for feedback from 3 July to 24 July, 2020.

You can submit your feedback online here.

Whether you own a pet or not, your opinion is important in shaping our community and encouraging responsible dog ownership.

Click here for a copy of the current Dog Management Policy for your reference.

The review of the Dog Management Policy is undertaken in accordance with Section 7 of the Dog Control Act 2000. The Policy includes:

  • A code relating to responsible ownership of dogs;
  • The provision of declared areas including off lead, training, prohibited and restricted areas;
  • A fee structure; and
  • Any other relevant matter.

Should you have any questions about providing feedback please email or phone (03) 6268 7000.

For those unable to lodge feedback online using the link provided please:

  • Email feedback to
  • Mail C/- the General Manager, Brighton Council, 1 Tivoli Road, Old Beach 7017.

A copy of the notice that appeared in The Mercury newspaper 2 July 2020 can be found here.

Brighton Council is looking to upgrade provisions for the operation of food vans in the municipality and has approved a draft policy for mobile food vendors. Council is now seeking input from the public.

Submissions and comments can be lodged between 3 July to 24 July, 2020.

You can submit your feedback online here

For further information you can:

  • Download Council’s Community Consultation Fact Sheet here.
  • Access a full copy of the Draft Mobile Food Vendor Policy here.

Should you have any questions about providing feedback please email or phone (03) 6268 7000.

For those unable to lodge feedback online using the link provided please:

  • Email feedback to
  • Mail C/- the General Manager, Brighton Council, 1 Tivoli Road, Old Beach 7017.

An overview of the key findings and insights can be found here.