First Base and Patron Capital, the pan-European institutional investor focused on property backed investments have received planning consent to redevelop the two acre former Amex House site on Edward Street, Brighton. First Base and Patron Capital are proposing a vibrant new mixed-use scheme that will deliver 160,000 sq.ft of Grade A offices alongside space for independent coffee shops and restaurants bringing over 2000 jobs into the city and reviving this part of Brighton. Edward Street Quarter will also deliver 168 new homes, a mix of private and affordable units.
The scheme, designed by BuckleyGreyYeoman, is inspired by Brighton’s eclectic street scene and will introduce 130 new trees and 45 plant species in three new public spaces created by renowned landscape designers Spacehub.

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Commercial agents appointed at Edward Street Quarter

January 22, 2019

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Planning consent for £120 million mixed-use development in Brighton

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Delivering more than homes in Brighton and Hove

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