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Image: The Peter Pan play site in Brighton

A new £5m spa resort with an outdoor swimming pool could be built on seafront in Brighton, UK, after the proposals received approval from the local authority.

Brighton and Hove City Council's economic development and culture committee has agreed in principle to the development of the former Peter Pan's Playground site.

Plans for the Brighton Bathing Pavilion resort were tabled by Karma Royal Group (KRG), which has now been chosen as preferred bidder by the council for the long-vacant site.

KRG's plans include five pavilions - housing an indoor and outdoor children's club; a year-round spa and health centre; a beach club and restaurant; an outdoor swim and bathing area; and a member's club. All zones except the member's club will be open to the general public.

UK architect Liam Russell has been appointed to the project, which will be designed as a zero carbon development and will generate its own power by various sustainable means in a super-insulated building.

Geoffrey Bowden, chair of the council committee, said: "The spa pavilion projects fits with our strategy to bring more life to the seafront east of the Palace Pier. It could be another asset in making the city a year-round, weather-resistant attraction."

KRG currently owns and operates 21 spa resorts across the world, managed under three brands - Royal Resorts, Karma Resorts and Chakra. The Brighton Bathing Pavilion will be the company's first venture in the UK.

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A new £5m spa resort with an outdoor swimming pool could be built on seafront in Brighton, UK, after the proposals received approval from the local authority.
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