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Plans in: 9 Storey, 59 Flats Project in Hove’s Seafront

Plans have been lodged to replace the former Texaco petrol station on Hove’s Kingsway and Victoria Terrace with a nine storey building containing 55 apartments, designed by LCE Architects.


The application has been jointly submitted by residential developer Rocco Homes and the Co-Op supermarket, presumably indicating that the scheme will feature a new Co-Op in the 375sqm retail floorspace.


In addition to the new build, the application also plans to convert the upper floors of the Alibi pub into 4 flats, with the ground floor being either a pub or a retail unit. This brings the total number of flats up to 59, all of which are currently proposed as private units.



Written by Sean Spurr

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

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