Tourist attraction firm expected to miss next council loan deadline

By Marie De Vere | 24 March 2020

The company behind Brighton’s 450-foot tall seafront attraction is expected to miss its next loan payment to Brighton & Hove City Council.

Brighton & Hove stepped in to help fund the construction of the i360 steel tower in 2014 when private investors pulled out but visitor figures since it opened in 2016 have been disappointing, significantly affecting revenue.

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