Identifying Quiet Open Space across Brighton and Hove
Quiet in parks and open spaces Brighton and Hove
Across our busy City we have many parks and open spaces for public use - providing benefits to residents and visitors alike. Brighton and Hove City council and Brighton based charity Environmental Protection UK are working towards finding open space that can be identified and designated as 'quiet areas' in terms of noise from road traffic, railways, aircraft and industry (environmental noise). (This is to meet the requirements of ongoing national and european obligations to identify and protect quiet open spaces. The work is funded by Defra, and supported by open spaces charity GreenSpace. We want people who use our open spaces to help us identify quiet open space for protection from increases in the impact of environmental noise. If you enjoy our parks and open spaces, please fill in this short survey to help us work towards identifying and retaining peaceful outdoor areas for relaxation.