The Argus by Tim Ridgway
Developers behind an £80 million proposal to transform a prime Brighton site maintain they are still on track – despite submitting a temporary plan for an eco-market.
London-based Cathedral Group is working with the University of Brighton and Brighton and Hove City Council to redevelop Circus Street, Brighton.
The plans, which are expected to include accommodation for 400 students, a university library, dance studios, offices and up to 200 homes, is expected to create 170 new full-time jobs and pump more than £150 million into the local economy over ten years.
However, before submitting a full planning application, developers have applied for temporary permission to create an “eco-market” on part of the site for the next two years.
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