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A landmark eco-development looks set to get to the go ahead despite fierce opposition from locals

Those behind the zero-carbon, zero- emission Portzed claim they will create some of the greenest homes in Brighton and Hove.

Original proposals for the land, overlooking Aldrington basin in Kingsway, Hove, were rejected after opposition from locals about height and noise.

But after planning experts at Brighton and Hove City Council ruled the revised £10 million scheme of up to five storeys would “not cause signifi-cant harm”, councillors look set to give it the go-ahead at a meeting tomorrow. [expand title=”SHOW MORE” swaptitle=”SHOW LESS”]
READ FULL STORY : ARGUS 29 October 2013
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