An estimated investment of over £200 million into Brighton & Hove over the next ten years.
The creation of over 350, predominantly local jobs.
142 much-needed sustainable new homes.
Two landmark public buildings:
1. Dance building including theatre and studios catering for local community
participation and attracting around 70,000 visitors and users per year.
2. University Library and Academic building, including café, media centre and publicly accessible exhibition space.
A modern office building, including over 3,000 sqm of flexible office space to help growing creative and digital businesses remain and flourish in the city.
Workshop space for artists and local independent businesses.
Managed accomodation for up to 450 students, to fuel the under supply of dedicated student accomodation in the city and free up much needed family homes in Brighton. With 24 hour site management.
Restaurants and shops around a new public square to open up the site for
the benefit of both existing and new residents.
New green spaces on the site for all to benefit from, including a new central public square which provides an outdoor space for a range of creative and leisure activities.
A new genre of urban development with green walls, green roofs, 78 new trees and allotments for food growing - producing over 200kg of food per year for residents.
Safe pedestrian and cycle routes, secure bike parking and convenient car parking access for disabled users.
600 covered cycle spaces and electric charging points for all cars in the development.
Restriced one way movement of traffic through the development will be part of the safe, attractive, well-lit public realm that encourages walking and cycling.
Highly energy efficient buildings and the delivery of all energy requirements from renewable sources.