Your Brighton & Hove Green councillors

Updated July 2024. There are eight Green Party city councillors on Brighton & Hove City Council, a unitary authority, following the by-election on 4 July 2024 in Brunswick & Adelaide ward in Hove. Ollie Sykes, a former Green councillor for the area, was elected to fill a vacancy, winning a previously Labour held-seat.

Green councillors also represent residents in the Brighton neighbourhoods of Preston Park, Regency, Round Hill and West Hill & North Laine. Known as the Green Group of Councillors, they’ve formed the official opposition to the Labour administration since May 2023.

Green councillors are working towards greater sustainability, equality and accountability from the city council across the city.

The Green Group is based at Hove Town Hall and you can get in touch on the Brighton & Hove City Council website online form.  Councillor contact details below.

You can follow Green councillors on Facebook and Twitter with handle @BHGreenCllrs.

Find your councillor

Not sure who your local councillors are? You can put in your postcode to find out on the Brighton & Hove City Council councillor information pages.

Green councillor Steve Davis for Preston Park

Steve Davis

Preston Park

[email protected]

@WithdeanGreens

Chloë Goldsmith

Chloë Goldsmith

Regency

[email protected]

@_greenchloe

Raphael Hill

Raphael Hill

Round Hill

[email protected]

Ellen McLeay

Ellen McLeay

West Hill & North Laine

[email protected]

Kerry Pickett

Kerry Pickett

Preston Park

[email protected]

Green councillor Sue Shanks of St Peter's and North Laine

Sue Shanks

West Hill & North Laine

[email protected]

@ShanksSue

Ollie Sykes

Ollie Sykes

Brunswick & Adelaide

@Brunswick_Green Council email contact to follow.

Pete West

Pete West

Round Hill

[email protected]

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