Brighton's 300-metre zip wire approved for seafront

Brighton's 300-metre zip wire approved for seafront

A zip wire on Brighton seafront has been granted permanent planning permission by councillors.
The 300m (984ft) long attraction will be built on the former site of the Brighton Wheel, which closed in May.
It will cost £1.7m to build, and have a 22m (72ft) high starting tower with two cables. It is expected to attract about 32,000 visitors a year.
A cafe seating up to 140 people, with an open glass-fronted terrace, was approved as part of the application.
A landing area shaped like the hull of a boat will be on the beach opposite Lower Rock Gardens and Atlingworth Street.
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12 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 33
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