Brighton and Hove’s Urban Regeneration

November 4, 2022

Share to: 

Article Summary

Brighton & Hove
  • The Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) has predicted that Brighton will go up 38 places in the UK’s leagues table of cities by the end of 2023. In two years, the city could thus be part of the country’s top five. 

  • Aiming to transition to a sustainable economy, Brighton and Hove’s city council is on track with its urban regeneration plan for 2020-2023. Establishing a circular economic framework and moving to a smarter zero carbon energy system are among the main aims. 

  • Contributing to the city’s urban regeneration, Goldstone Apartments are set to be finalised in the fourth quarter of 2024. Conveniently linked to central London, the development is only a 15-minute walk away from Brighton beach. The surrounding residential area is flourishing, benefitting from the investment of hundreds of millions of pounds. 

Brighton and Hove’s economy is consistently growing. The Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) has predicted that Brighton will go up 38 places in the UK’s leagues table of cities by the end of 2023. In two years, the city could thus be part of the country’s top five. This is based on the city’s current economic yearly growth of 2.3%.

Preferred relocation destination for young professionals

Often called ‘London on Sea’, the city is a preferred relocation destination for those living in the capital. This is just one of the many strong reasons why Brighton and Hove is an ideal place for property investment.

The city has a potent residential market, but currently undersupplied in relation to the levels of demand and the predicted population growth. Plenty of London’s transport commuters choose to live in Brighton. More and more young professionals are attracted to the city’s lifestyle, opportunities and landscape. This is, in turn, causing a substantial increase in demand for rental units. Both buy-to-live and buy-to-let investors will find valuable property investment opportunities in Brighton and Hove.

Ongoing plans for urban revival

Aiming to transition to a sustainable economy, Brighton and Hove’s city council is on track with its urban regeneration plan for 2020-2023. Establishing a circular economic framework and moving to a smarter zero carbon energy system are among the main aims. Seeking to support investment in the seafront infrastructure and focusing upon the built environment are also key points on the council’s list. The urban developments completed so far are already bringing in new jobs, stimulating the post-pandemic economic recovery.

Brighton and Hove’s Part Two of the city’s urban renewal was approved last month by the city council. The added areas of focus are addressing the housing need and the climate emergencies, but also the preservation of Brighton and Hove’s heritage and patrimony. The Council will also be looking into improving the quality of the city’s urban design.  

Goldstone Apartments

Contributing to Brighton and Hove’s urban regeneration, Goldstone Apartments are set to be finalised in the fourth quarter of 2024. Conveniently linked to central London, the development is only a 15-minute walk away from Brighton beach. The surrounding residential area is flourishing, benefitting from the investment of hundreds of millions of pounds. One of its many points of attraction is Goldstone Retail Park. This is the most established retail park within the catchment, close to Hove Park and two train stations, Aldrington and Hove, with train rides into London taking less than an hour.

Goldstone Apartments means superior design and high specifications, set to provide a new level of luxury to its occupants. Maximising comfort, the interior design includes top-quality fixtures, fittings and furnishings, all in open-plan living spaces. The other areas of the development – lounge, roof terrace, café and shared workspaces – will create a sense of community and enhance the occupants’ wellbeing and relaxation.

Contact us

To learn about current Brighton and Hove property investment opportunities, or to find out more about how property investment works, get in touch with the experts at North Property Group today.

Share to: 

Related Articles

Yorkshire named one of the world's top destinations to visit

Yorkshire named one of the world’s top destinations to visit

Yorkshire is a standout in global travel, securing third position on Condé Nast Traveller’s list of the best places to visit in 2024.

Read More →

Regeneration Projects coming to Leeds – Part 2

Leeds is attracting investors seeking rewarding investment opportunities, becoming a premier UK property investment destination.

Read More →
North of UK Investment

Why Property Investors are eyeing Manchester, Leeds, and Liverpool

Cities such as Manchester, Leeds, and Liverpool are not only cultural and historical gems but also burgeoning property investment hotspots.

Read More →
Leeds property investment

Exploring Lucrative Property Investment Hotspots in Leeds

As the vibrant city of Leeds continues to grow and evolve, it has emerged as a prime destination for property investors seeking attractive opportunities.

Read More →
Leeds property investment

Leeds: A Northern Hotspot for Property Investors in the UK

With its vibrant economy, diverse property market, and attractive returns, Leeds offers a compelling proposition for those seeking long-term growth and profitability.

Read More →

Regeneration Projects coming to Leeds – Part 1

Leeds has been on an upward economic trend in the past few years, with the supply of properties struggling to meet the demand that the influx of residents in the city is showing.

Read More →

Come talk to our professionals to learn more about the UK property market now!

Learn more about investing in Manchester by downloading our guide today