posted on September 13, 2018 12:32
According to news released this month (August 2018), Boxpark retail development have revealed big plans to completely regenerate a major part of the historic Brighton seafront.
The iconic Madeira Terrace, which is a series of Victorian-built arches that run along the seafront, will be completely transformed into a new shopping leisure are that will become a magnet for both local residents as well as holiday-makers visiting the area.
Plans have been submitted by Boxpark to redevelop the arches and upgrade them to world-class status for the retail and leisure industries. The major seafront development project aims to inject new life into the historic arches by transforming them into a row of shops, restaurants and office workspaces.
The redevelopment plans have been submitted to Brighton and Hove City Council, and should the plans get the go-ahead, it is expected that the Boxpark development team will be granted an exclusive 12 month period of time to allow them to completely explore possible design, management and funding options to deliver the project.
These exciting plans for the redevelopment of a major part of the Brighton seafront will be great news for Brighton seafront hotels, such as the Queens Hotel, Brighton, as it will provide our guests with lots more local attractions to explore.
The news has been greeted with great enthusiasm from local residents, especially those that are passionate about the regeneration and improvement of an already outstanding British seafront location. Brighton seafront is an iconic area, and the Madeira Terrace is a fine representation of the history and former grandeur the area had during its Victorian heyday when Brighton became the UK's favourite seaside destination.
The Queens Hotel offers holidaymakers an ideal base for their Brighton getaway. Our iconic hotel sits right opposite the beautiful Brighton seafront, giving our guests very easy access to the many local attractions that Brighton has to offer. Take a look at our stunning hotel apartments when planning your next holiday.