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Brighton and Hove City Council's planners have recommended that KSS be given the green light for its controversial West Pier scheme (top). They were expected to support the scheme at a meeting held yesterday. But a number of hurdles still have to be cleared before construction can begin, including a potential judicial review.

Lomax Cassidy Edwards'Nick Lomax - the architect behind an alternative scheme (above) - said opponents are likely to attempt to force further legal action. He added that developer St Mowden has not started to negotiate the Section 106 agreement for its scheme, a process he expects to take 'quite some time', and has yet to submit a listed building consent application.

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