The Greater Brighton City Region covers 7 local authority areas, from Bognor in the west to Seaford in the east, and up to Crawley in the north of Sussex.

We are home to 1 million residents, 40,000 businesses, the UK’s second largest airport, two leading universities and an economy worth £21 billion a year.

The Greater Brighton Economic Board is the overarching, legally-constituted body behind the growth of the City Region and was formed in 2014 with the aim of protecting and growing the region’s economy through creative, innovative initiatives which coordinate economic development activities and investment.

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We’ve got the links, the skills and the drive to help your business boom:

Live Here

Rolling hills on one side of you, the coast on the other - and a great life ahead:

Our Region

We cover seven different local authority areas, stretching from Bognor in the west to Seaford in the east, and up to Crawley in the north of Sussex:

GBEB region map (1 Arun, 2 Worthing, 3 Adur, 4, Mid Sussex, 5 Crawley, 6 Brighton & Hove, 7 Lewes) Find out about the Greater Brighton Economic Board members

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Our Partners

Our members include seven different councils, three further and higher education providers as well as regional business and tourism organisations:

Adur District Council logo Arun District Council logo Brighton & Hove City Council logo Crawley Borough Council logo Lewes District Council logo Mid Sussex District Council logo Worthing Borough Council logo University of Sussex logo University of Brighton logo Chichester College logo Adur & Worthing Business Partnership logo Brighton & Hove Economic Partnership logo South Downs National Park Authority logo
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