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Conscientious objector

Brighton and Hove Council’s decision to give the go-ahead to Frank Gehry’s King Alfred scheme seems a little less surprising when you consider the quality of some of the objections raised at Friday’s council meeting. Valerie Paynter of Save Hove, one of the project’ most vociferous opponents, presented two buildings by FAT to prove that ‘Frank Gehry is not cutting edge any more. This is cutting edge’. She then went on explain how the original King Alfred ...

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