People are being asked to have their say on proposed flats for homeless people at the former Hollingbury Library site.
The scheme in Carden Hill is for 13 “move-on” flats for people who have been homeless and are ready to live independently.
When the project went before Brighton and Hove City Council’s Housing and New Homes Committee in March, concerns were raised about the scheme being next to a pub and primary school.
Neighbours were worried by people with complex needs being housed in the flats which are part of a £3 million project which has £750,000 of government funding.
The support services are expected to cost £150,000 a year for five years on top of the £3.1 million cost of building the 12 or 13 flats and an office on the library site.
In the consultation, residents are asked to comment on the designs and add any suggestions for improvements.
The consultation also asks for comments relating to any concerns people have about the project.
Public exhibitions are taking place on Monday (3 June) from 3.30pm to 6pm and next Thursday (6 June) from 6pm to 8.30pm at the Old Boat Corner Community Centre.
The consultation is open until Friday 28 June at consultations.brighton-hove.gov.uk/housing/former-hollingbury-library-site.