What is BHRA?

BHRA stands for Brighton and Hove Holiday Rental Association. It was formed in early 2014 as a collaboration between some of the agencies for holiday lets in Brighton and Hove. The aim of the BHRA is to promote a gold standard of holiday letting among landlords in Brighton and Hove and with particular attention to good neighbourliness. The Association is not about promoting any company or agency, simply about working together to promote best practice. The founding companies are (in alphabetical order): Adventure Connections, Best of Brighton, Brighton Holiday Homes, City Pad and Crown Gardens. The Board is made up of these companies and one other individual holiday let landlord voted by the Board. The Chairperson position is shared between Michelle Stonehill (Brighton Holiday Homes), Stephen Stone (City Pad) and Debbie Mullen (Crown Gardens).

The baton of chairmanship is passed on every four months. The current Chairperson is Michelle Stonehill from Brighton Holiday Homes. The BHRA works closely with the Environmental Protection Team at Brighton and Hove City Council. This website has a search option where neighbours who do not already have a number from a landlord or agency, can find out the emergency security number to report a noise problem at a holiday let.

Become A Member

We strongly encourage all landlords and agents of holiday lets in Brighton and Hove to become a member of the BHRA and to follow guidelines of good practice. > Find out more.

Holiday Let Landlords

Join us to try and create a gold standard for holiday letting which will be seen countrywide and will help to promote positive tourism in Brighton and Hove.

Excessive Noise Disturbance

If you live next to a holiday let property and are currently experiencing excessive noise disturbance, please fill in our Property Search for a number to call.