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Shedkm Selected to Design $160 Million Redevelopment of Brighton’s Municipal Market Square

Posted By Taz Loomans On November 28, 2012 @ 4:00 pm In Architecture,Urban design | No Comments

circus street municipal market, brighton, brighton & hove city council, university of brighton, cathedral group plc, shedkm, architects selectred for Brighton Municipal Square redevelopment, south east dance studio, new library and teaching space for university of brighton, new student housing for university of brighton, temporary uses at Circus Street Municipal Market, creative industries in Brighton, BREEAM certification [8]

The 1.8 acre site is located just off the Grande Parade at the heart of Brighton City Center, and it has been left unused for quite some time. The new design will feature a central public plaza [9] as the focal point of the development.  Other building and site improvements are expected to be made including replacing the existing dilapidated market building.

A key component to the project is a new dance studio for South East Dance [10] that is envisioned to bring a cultural identity focused on dance to Brighton. The redevelopment will also include a new library and teaching space for the University of Brighton, plus new student housing with approximately 400 additional beds. It will have almost 10,000 square feet of new office space and 4000 square feet of retail, café and restaurant space as well as a creative industries market. The redesigned area will be rounded out with a residential component of 160 to 200 units of housing as well.

Brighton is estimating that the redevelopment of the Circus Street Municipal Market will create 140 construction jobs and 170 other jobs generated by the completed development, in addition to the $245 million dollars it will inject into the local economy. Before the project breaks ground, Cathedral Group has installed some temporary uses on the site, such as a pop-up market [11] that promotes Brighton’s creatives, as a part of their overall sustainability goals. Cathedral Group hopes to achieve BREEAM [12] environmental certification for their mixed-use redevelopment of the square.

+ Shedkm [13]

+ Circus Street Municipal Market [3]

Via World Architecture News [14]

Render by Picture Plane [15]


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[2]  : http://inhabitat.com/shedkm-selected-for-160-million-redevelopment-of-brightons-municipal-market-square/circus-street-redevelopment-brighton-2/?extend=1

[3] Circus Street Municipal Market: http://www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/index.cfm?request=c1141683

[4] Brighton & Hove City Council: http://www.brighton-hove.gov.uk

[5] University of Brighton: http://www.brighton.ac.uk

[6] Cathedral Group PLC: http://www.cathedralgroup.com/

[7] Shedkm: http://www.shedkm.co.uk

[8] Image: http://inhabitat.com/shedkm-selected-for-160-million-redevelopment-of-brightons-municipal-market-square/circus-street-redevelopment-brighton-2/

[9] central public plaza: http://inhabitat.com/sustainable-leafy-canopy-in-casablanca-by-tomdavid-architecten-wins-ac-ca-competition/

[10] South East Dance: http://www.southeastdance.org.uk/

[11] pop-up market: http://inhabitat.com/boxpark-to-open-2nd-shipping-container-pop-up-mall-in-ndsm-shipyards-in-amsterdam/

[12] BREEAM: http://www.breeam.org/

[13] + Shedkm: http://www.shedkm.co.uk/

[14] World Architecture News: http://www.worldarchitecturenews.com/index.php?fuseaction=wanappln.projectview&upload_id=21342&region=3

[15] Picture Plane: http://www.pictureplane.co.uk/grow-brighton-1.html

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