The Greater Brighton City Region is a true functional economic area, stretching from Crawley and Gatwick Airport in the north to Lewes and Seaford in the east and Bognor and Littlehampton in the west.
It benefits from an extraordinary mix of coastal, urban and rural landscapes which, alongside strong cultural, heritage, visitor and sports offers, makes the entire City Region highly attractive for skilled labour and inward investment opportunities.
Take a look at a brand new beginners’ guide to what the Greater Brighton Region is all about:
Leaders of Greater Brighton have welcomed the government's announcement of a 10-point green plan and reaffirmed the region is ready to lead the UK into a clean growth future. The Prime Minister last week unveiled his plan to help the country reach a zero-emissions...read more
Young people across Greater Brighton can learn about exciting careers in science, technology, engineering and maths in an online festival featuring “edible geology” and a rapping scientist. Pupils and students of all ages can take part in the first virtual Crawley...read more
Greater Brighton leaders are working hard to ensure the region’s economy bounces back from the second coronavirus lockdown. Organisations across the City Region are mobilising to provide crucial investment, career training, and business grants to stimulate recovery...read more