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Architect sought for £17m Brighton Dome revamp

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[Deadline for expressions of interest 5 August] The Brighton Dome concert venue is seeking an architect-led design team to deliver a £17 million overhaul project

Services to RIBA Stage D are required including the preperation of a planning application and support for an Arts Council England funding bid.

The project, dubbed the ‘Brighton Dome and Brighton Festival Capital Redevelopment Project’, has already been completed up to RIBA stage C by Ash Sakula Architects.

The appointed team will be required to evaluate the current scheme’s design concept and cost plan.

The Brighton Dome is part of the William Porden-designed Royal Pavilion complex which opened for the Prince Regent, who later became George IV, in 1805. The structure is connected to the pavilion via underground tunnels and was originally used as a stables.

Entrants have until 5 August to express interest through the allocated page.

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