A clinic with the capacity to carry out up to 1,500 abortions a year officially reopens tomorrow following a £2 million revamp.

The British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) is unveiling the Wistons Clinic in Brighton's new look after six months of building work.

It will provide contraception, abortion advice and care and includes bigger waiting areas, new medical equipment, disabled access and individual rooms.

But the move is expected to anger prolife campaigners opposed to abortion and other treatments such as the morning after pill.

BPAS expects the clinic to help around 4,000 men and woman in Brighton and Hove with contraception and abortion advice each year.

The centre is open for free pregnancy testing and advice without appointment.

It will also see men for vasectomies and reversal of vasectomy treatment as well as provide tests for sexually transmitted diseases such as as chlamydia.

The development has been carried out in partnership with Brighton and Hove City Primary Care Trust and the Healthcare Commission.