Developers have revealed revised plans for an outdoor swimming pool on Brighton seafront after an initial bid was turned down.
The initial proposals for a 25-metre pool and retail units at the Peter Pan site east of the Palace Pier were turned down for their designs and bright colours in December.
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Now the developer Sea Lanes has come back with a more toned-down design.
Joe McNulty of Sea Lanes Brighton Limited said: “It was obviously very disappointing to have had our original plans rejected.
"We have listened to the detailed reasoning for rejection and have addressed each point in turn.
"We are delighted to be re-submitting what we believe to be a much-improved scheme.
"Rich and Nathan at We Like Today have done a great job in reconsidering the design in line with existing seafront buildings and the Terraces.
"We have been able to move the pool up the beach in line with Yellowave and reduce the loss of public beach, whilst maintaining all inclusive access to our scheme. Green roofs have also been added to support biodiversity on the site.
"We are grateful for all the support this city has shown us. We hope you like it.”
Sea Lanes said it had submitted the new designs to Brighton and Hove City Council.
To find out more, visit: www.sealanesbrighton.co.uk