New England Quarter, Brighton

The development of the old Brighton Station goods yard is a major development within a historic city – it extends over 8.75 ha. The land had been largely derelict since 1968. The scheme will include housing, shops, a training college, community centres and hotels and a transport interchange. Master planning included the concept of creating mixed uses around 20 different blocks. Planning for the development started in 1998 and was approved on 2003, construction started in 2004 and large sections of the scheme are now complete. The case study by URBED considers:
  • Planning and concept development
  • Finance
  • Environmental and climate change considerations
  • Regeneration and community benefits
  • Lessons learned

View Urbed's Case Study on the New England Quarter in Brighton

Brighton, New England Quarter
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Brighton, New England Quarter
Brighton, New England Quarter