Brighton Station revamp plans displayed to passengers

Brighton station Brighton Station was built in 1840

Rail passengers in Brighton are being consulted on three draft designs for changes to the area around the station.

Two exhibitions are being held on Tuesday and Wednesday to showcase ideas which Brighton and Hove City Council hope will transform the station.

The authority said the designs are based on feedback from a consultation last year.

They include proposals to create a new market and "high quality" cycle facilities.

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