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Sussex Heights is a residential tower block in the centre of Brighton, part of the English city of Brighton and Hove. Built between 1966 and 1968 on the site of a historic church, it rises to 102 m (335 ft) and has 116 flats (including the penthouse). As of August 2022, the tower is the 125th tallest building in the UK, and until 2005 it was the tallest residential tower in the UK outside of London. Until 2015, it was the tallest structure in Brighton, however it has now been exceeded by the i360 Tower, which stands at 162 metres.

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  • Sussex Heights is a residential tower block in the centre of Brighton, part of the English city of Brighton and Hove. Built between 1966 and 1968 on the site of a historic church, it rises to 102 m (335 ft) and has 116 flats (including the penthouse). As of August 2022, the tower is the 125th tallest building in the UK, and until 2005 it was the tallest residential tower in the UK outside of London. Until 2015, it was the tallest structure in Brighton, however it has now been exceeded by the i360 Tower, which stands at 162 metres. Richard Seifert's design has been criticised for its overbearing scale and contrast with neighbouring Regency architecture, but it is acknowledged as an "imposing and prestigious" luxury building. Peregrine falcons have been resident at the top of the tower for several years, and have successfully bred. (en)
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  • Sussex Heights, St Margaret's Place,BrightonBN1 2FQ (en)
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  • 1968
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  • Sussex Heights, St Margaret's Place, Brighton BN1 2FQ (en)
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  • R. Seifert & Partners (en)
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  • Sussex Heights seen from the St Nicholas' Church Garden of Rest on Dyke Road (en)
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  • Location within central Brighton (en)
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  • Sussex Heights (en)
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  • Sussex Heights Ltd (en)
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  • Sussex Heights is a residential tower block in the centre of Brighton, part of the English city of Brighton and Hove. Built between 1966 and 1968 on the site of a historic church, it rises to 102 m (335 ft) and has 116 flats (including the penthouse). As of August 2022, the tower is the 125th tallest building in the UK, and until 2005 it was the tallest residential tower in the UK outside of London. Until 2015, it was the tallest structure in Brighton, however it has now been exceeded by the i360 Tower, which stands at 162 metres. (en)
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