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Delivering social and economic benefits
Brighton has a proud heritage in bringing people together and Edward Street Quarter chimes perfectly with that. Whether it’s the abundant outdoor areas, the communal gardens or the office space designed with co-­working and collaboration in mind, the development will be the very embodiment of social cohesion.

With 168 homes on-­site and over 1,500 people working here, Edward Street Quarter will also generate its own footfall. Add to that over 3,000 local employees – and the prospect of visitors from the nearby St. James Street area – and the economic potential is plain to see.

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See what happened on site
 
Exciting times as the development continues to take shape. Take a peak at the latest footage from the site and see how it’s all falling into place.
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Preparing the ground for building F
Concrete reinforcement steel rebar ready for casting
View of the site and construction of building F
Concrete support pillars
Construction of the basement of building F
Looking north across the site towards Amex House
 
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