The Labour Party is selecting its team of Brighton & Hove City Council candidates for 2023.
It will be formed of a mix of experienced councillors and new candidates who will bring a diverse range of backgrounds and community experiences to the council.
The many years of existing Council experience coupled with new perspectives will make for an exciting line-up.
Several current Labour Councillors will be stepping away from front-line politics next year, after years of tireless service on behalf of residents.
Cllrs Carmen Appich, John Allcock, Daniel Yates, Nancy Platts, Clare Moonan, Chris Henry and Robert Mcintosh have chosen not to stand in the next local elections.
We’d like to thank them for their incredible hard work and wish them all the very best for the future.
Labour Group co-leaders, Cllr Appich and Cllr Allcock, will continue their leadership roles of holding the administration to account until the local elections in May 2023.
They will ensure a smooth transition and will provide ongoing support to the next Labour Group leader(s) who will be elected by Labour Councillors in May.
The Labour Party is ambitious for the future of Brighton and Hove. Labour Councillors are best placed to offer residents the representation, leadership, economic competence and service they deserve on Brighton & Hove City Council.