Plans for a new school in Hove Park go on display to the public next week.
The Bilingual Primary School Brighton and Hove is holding a public consultation about its proposed permanent home.
The school, currently based at the Brighton Aldridge Community Academy (BACA) in Falmer, is looking to move to the site of the Hove Park Depot.
Previous plans to build an indoor bowls centre at the depot, a former plant nursery next to the Engineerium, were turned down six years ago.
The site was earmarked for a school three years ago as Brighton and Hove City Council tried to work out how to cope with the growing demand for primary school places.
The drop-in exhibition and consultation is scheduled to take place at Hove Rugby Club’s clubhouse in Hove Recreation Ground, Old Shoreham Road.
The proposed plans will be available for viewing from 4pm to 8pm on Thursday 23 May.
The school, which immerses children in Spanish and English, opened last September in its temporary premises.
Although it is not expected to move into new premises until September next year, it was oversubscribed for the coming September.
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