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Health and safety signage for Brighton Centre

17th September 2010 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls.

Brighton's Centre building has installed new health and safety signage as part of a £350,000 improvement programme.

The work is effectively an interim facelift, designed to stop the building falling into disrepair, as the building is still awaiting a full redevelopment package, the Argus reported.

The proposal to upgrade to the venue, built in the 1970s, is believed to be agreed next week.

It will include new health and safety signage, doors and windows.

The newspaper reported that the council feel the upgrade necessary so that the centre does not "become another King Alfred".

The full revamp project, worth £400 million, is thought to be going ahead, although developers have not given full details on exactly when.

Later this year acts such as Status Quo and Peter Andre will grace the centre's stage.


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