Derelict Brighton market redevelopment plans go on show

Plans for development
Image caption The development would see the demolition of the derelict municipal market

Plans to demolish a derelict market in Brighton and replace it with new homes and offices have been opened to public consultation.

The development in Circus Street would see student accommodation, a new art library and a teaching building for the University of Brighton built.

The developers behind the project, Cathedral Group, claim it will bring hundreds of jobs to the city.

An exhibition detailing the plans has opened in the derelict market.

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