Plan for i360 hoardings

Plan for i360 hoardings

Plan for i360 hoardings

First published in News

HUNDREDS of metres of advertising hoardings for the new i360 will be installed on Brighton seafront.

The attraction’s designers Marks Barfield have applied for permission to install 340 metres of hoardings at the site.

The hoardings will include images of the tower, information about the i360 and local regeneration as well as viewing panels to look into the site.

If given permission they will go up in three phases this summer, in October once work around the sewer is complete and in December with the completion of arches east of the site.

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2:33pm Thu 21 Aug 14

notslimjim says...

I suggest they make them from fire-proof material.
I suggest they make them from fire-proof material. notslimjim
  • Score: 4

5:10pm Thu 21 Aug 14

MikeyA says...

And graffiti-proof!
And graffiti-proof! MikeyA
  • Score: 3

7:57pm Thu 21 Aug 14

David523 says...

Nearly a kilometer of advertising right on our seafront! Meanwhile wind farms are attacked for spoiling natural views.. wonder why the new tower got council permission. Nothing to do with money or kickbacks like this I guess..
Nearly a kilometer of advertising right on our seafront! Meanwhile wind farms are attacked for spoiling natural views.. wonder why the new tower got council permission. Nothing to do with money or kickbacks like this I guess.. David523
  • Score: 1
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