Marks and Spencer’s premises at 186 have been set back, but only to the intermediate building line established by the earlier widening. A few years later this new building had to be set back several feet to the new building line of the whole street. Brigdens new building, erected in 1928, had gone straight back to the new line, but had showrooms on the ground floor extending to the line of the other buildings.

Image Reference: JG_19_080.tif
Date: 1931
Image Details: Original monochrome image
Size of Original: 129x79
Place: Brighton
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