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Brighton pier goes up for sale

Brighton’s landmark Grade II listed pier is for sale for the first time in over 25 years.

GVA Humberts Leisure is acting on behalf of current owner the Noble Group. The disposal is likely to involve the sale of the entire issued share capital of the Brighton Marine Palace & Pier Company, which was established by Act of Parliament in 1888, to develop and operate the Pier.

Facilities now include 18 themed attractions and rides on the Pier head, two modern amusement arcades together with numerous retail and entertainment outlets. Horatio’s and Victoria’s Bars and the recently refurbished Palm Court restaurant, anchor the Pier’s bar, catering and corporate entertainment.

Noble’s investment of some £35M has made Brighton Pier the UK’s largest privately funded conservation project.

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