Boxpark team sets sights on Brighton

Chalk Architecture's proposals to revive Madeira Terrace in Brighton, drawn up in conjunction with Boxpark

Chalk Architecture proposal to save Victorian arches

The firm behind three trend-setting shipping container-focused venues in London has lodged plans to redevelop Brighton’s Madeira Terrace – but on more restrained lines than Shoreditch.

Boxpark worked with Chalk Architecture, also based in the south coast city, to draw up plans for “an international-class beachfront development” using the terrace, which is immediately south of Kemptown and east of Brighton Pier.

It said the project aimed to revive the crumbling Victorian arches, introduce new retail and leisure opportunities, and a new premium hotel operator, as well as new green space.

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