We are proposing to build 825 new homes

There is a large need for new homes in Brighton and Hove. The Council is aiming to deliver at least 13,200 new homes between 2010 and 2030, which is roughly 660 new homes each year. Development at Toad’s Hole Valley will deliver over one year’s housing supply on one site, with supporting infrastructure.

Possible Design Considerations

Possible Design Considerations

Although we have not designed the homes in detail yet:


Homes for those who live in Brighton

40% of the homes delivered will be affordable, for shared ownership and affordable/social rent. Priority for these homes is given to those who are living or working in Brighton and Hove, meaning that a significant amount of these properties will go to supporting the needs of the local community

Homes for all ages

50% of the homes delivered will be family-sized (three bedrooms or more). There may also be the opportunity to provide homes for the older generation by way of a retirement village. This will allow those older Brighton residents who may be wishing to downsize an opportunity to remain local whilst freeing up the City’s current housing stock elsewhere.