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Plans in: 17 storey residential tower in Hove

A scheme for the development of a seventeen storey tower containing 188 flats has been submitted to Brighton and Hove council.


The new building will replace commercial storage buildings located very close to Hove station.

In addition to the apartments, 1,988sqm offices and 266sqm retail will be provided. Parking will be in the basement.


The scheme is known as Hove Gardens, and is designed by LCE Architects, based in nearby Brighton. They’ve designed the scheme for developer Matsim Property.

In addition to the tower, other buildings will be constructed and constitute an entire urban block with different materiality in each section, allowing the entire block to appear part of a more natural rather than comprehensive development. Internally a large courtyard offering amenity space to residents will be created.



Written by Sean Spurr

Sean is lead residential researcher at Apartology. He also runs a bookshop.

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