Images of the 40 million pound redevelopment in Hove have been released by the developer.
The 1930s King Alfred Centre in Hove is predicted to be redeveloped into 560 flats and £40 million leisure centre.
The 18-story block of flats and leisure centre are going to be replacing the current building once it is demolished.
This week computer-generated images of the structures to be were released.
Duncan Innes said from Crest Nicholson,
“Our proposals incorporate world-class leisure and community facilities set to benefit local residents, together with outstanding new mixed tenure residential properties in this enviable location on the Hove seafront,”
“Affordable housing” will make up some 20% of the redevelopment scheme, which will then be questionable for added development and planning.
The sports centre, which includes:
• “Three swimming pools – one with changeable depths,
• A 120-station gym,
• A sports hall with space for eight badminton courts,
• Three-rink indoor bowls, a sauna and a café,”
Will be using around £8 million of the council’s money to found the development.
Warren Morgan, the Brighton and Hove City Council Leader, says;
“It was vital that we move forward with the much-needed and unavoidable replacement of the ninety-year old facility”.
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