It is D-day weekend for a historic Brighton landmark.

The 1930s Grade II* Listed Astoria cinema in Gloucester Place is the last survivor of its kind after other venues built by the same group were demolished.

Owner Mike Holland has applied to Brighton and Hove City Council requesting permission to knock down the Brighton Astoria and build a media hub in its place.

This weekend is the last chance for people to have their say on the plans before the consultation closes at midnight on Sunday.

Mr Holland and his agents Conran and Partners claim the building does not necessarily warrant Listed protection and is in such a state of disrepair it should not be saved on conservation grounds.

A spokesman for campaign group Astoria Moving Picture Trust said the building was part of Brighton and Hove's architectural history and deserved to be saved.

Have your say on the future of the Astoria.

Visit Brighton and Hove City Council's planning pages and use the code BH2010/ 03759 or write to Brighton and Hove City Council Planning Dept, Kate Brocklebank, Hove Town Hall, Norton Road, Hove BN3 3BQ