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New procurement exercise to start in 2013 following research and feasibility work with the Project Board to agree procurement route and overarching objectives for a new project.
Options are being considered to review the future of the Convention Centre which include: Retaining plans to progress a new-build centre if a fully funded scheme can be achieved within the next few months OR a refurbishment of the current centre. The new build option would provide a new centre which would be delivered as part of an integrated redevelopment of the wider area incorporating the existing Churchill Square shopping centre, cinema and parking.
The proposal for the site, dubbed 'Grow Brighton' is to build a high-quality sustainable mixed use development providing a new university library and teaching space for the University of Brighton; employment space, from corporate office down to move on space and managed workspace for the creative industries; residential units, student accommodation, ancillary retail and a state of the art dance studio for South East Dance.
Edward Street/American Express
A development of the land to the north of Amex House to build the new headquarters building for American Express. The current development forms the first phase of a masterplan that will in the future take in new development on the site of the old Amex House.
Historic Records Office & Resource Centre ("The Keep")
The Keep is a major partnership project between East Sussex County Council, Brighton & Hove City Council and the University of Sussex that will deliver a new state-of-the-art historical resource centre. The new Centre will represent the next generation of archive buildings in the UK in line with the Government's Archives Policy.
The construction of a 175m high observation tower will offer visitors views for 25 miles along the south coast. A visitor centre, restaurant and exhibition space on the site of the root end of the West Pier will also form part of the attraction.
To secure the long-term replacement of the outdated sports facilities currently on offer at the King Alfred Leisure Centre. This to include consideration of options for the wider regeneration of the King Alfred site.
New England House
To establish a future vision for New England House as a large scale, high profile and visible managed business centre focused on the digital media and creative industries.
To redevelop the Open Market to create an exciting mixed use development combining a new modern market offering a diverse retail offer and promoting fresh, healthy food and local producers with affordable housing, arts based workshops and a venue for street art and entertainment. The new market will be operated on a not for profit basis for the benefit of the community and contribute to the wider regeneration of the London Road area.
Permanent Traveller Site
Project undertaken to manage site selection, delivery of consents and build out of a new permanent traveller site providing 16 permanent pitches for traveller families with local links.
Redevelopment of the council owned 2.2 hectare brownfield site to create a mixed use development that will act as a regenerative catalyst for thsi part of the city.
Released Land at Falmer
The long term redevelopment of the former Falmer School land that was not required for the Brighton Aldridge Community Academy (BACA).
The city council has submitted a bid to DCMS under the second phase of the Super-Connected Cities Programme to roll out delivery of ultrafast broadband and wireless internet across a contiguous area at the heart of the city.
The construction of a 22,500 capacity stadium for Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club together with supporting infrastructure, 2000m2 of education accommodation and facilities for conferences, meetings and events.
Jubilee Street Redevelopment
Jubilee Library completed March 2005. Wider redevelopment completed 2006.
In 2006 planning permission was granted for a major mixed use development in the Outer Harbour (for Brunswick Developments), involving a new engineered platform structure over the Spending Beach and West Quay and 853 flats, commercial and community uses in 11 buildings ranging from 6-40 storeys. The development has started and this is a ‘live’ permission.
In 2010, after a Planning Inquiry, an Inspector dismissed an appeal against the Council’s decision to refuse planning permission for a major mixed use scheme to redevelop the Inner Harbour, involving 6 sites and 1294 new flats