Change is here in Eastbourne. A multi-million pound upgrade at Devonshire Quarter led by a proactive local authority and an impressive 175,000 sq. ft. extension at The Beacon by Legal and General has transformed placemaking in Eastbourne.
The Beacon has made its fantastic evolution from the Eastbourne Arndale Centre and brings with it a fabulous new look as well as the most exciting high street retailers. The Beacon now totals 355,000 sq ft, and is arranged over 3 floors, adding 22 new retail units, 7 restaurants, as well as a 9 screen cinema, and an enlarged car park. New retailers to the town include H&M, Fat Face, Schuh, Jack Wills, Paperchase, JoJo Maman Bebe and Flying Tiger, as well as a new enhanced Next.
A few steps away you can explore Eastbourne Borough Council’s multi-million pound investment into the Devonshire Quarter, the heart of the Eastbourne’s cultural and sporting district. Devonshire Quarter offers a new and enhanced conference centre, event and sporting facilities to Sussex.
The newly refurbished 1655 seated Congress Theatre reopened in March 2019 and sits alongside the new Welcome Building, home to two large exhibition halls, two breakout spaces with a private balcony, a VIP terrace overlooking the plaza, café with alfresco seating and main theatre box office. The Locker Room and International Lawn Tennis Centre facilities perfectly complement the business offer in this unique setting, situated a stone’s throw away from the seafront and short stroll from The Beacon in the town centre.
Discover The Beacon and Devonshire Quarter like you’ve never seen them before. Transforming Eastbourne and attracting visitors from business to sport, leisure, shopping and much more.
Revo Hub: £35
Local Authority: £45
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