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Roaring Forties, Brighton, United Kingdom

Tuesday 11 Apr 2006

New plans for redevelopment of Brighton Marina

Roaring Forties by Wilkinson Eyre Architects in Brighton, United Kingdom
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25/02/09 liz, Derby
I love this tower and was looking forward to it being built. Unfortunately it seems to have fallen by the wayside due to credit crunch, but hope it might re-appear in the future.
The gleaming silvery white and curved shape is quite ethereal.

Brunswick Developments Group submit new planning application for a major development at Brighton Marina 

The Wilkinson Eyre design includes a 40 storey tower with public viewing gallery and a swing bridge, creating a 2km walkway around the Marina. The scheme proposes an exciting future for the site, with 853 apartments, 28,000 square feet of commercial space, extensive leisure facilities and in total 11 buildings varying scale and character. The application, submitted this week, follows the decision to refuse the previous application in November Measures will be in place to achieve a 25% reduction in domestic water use and a 40% reduction in CO2 emissions. In addition, all properties will be built to the Lifetime Homes standard, to ensure they are adaptable for people’s needs as they become older.

Key Facts

Status concept
Value 338(m€)
Wilkinson Eyre Architects

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