Grand Parade

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Grand Parade is the original main route into Brighton from London, before the building of the railway. It links The Level to Old Steine, passing the Royal Pavilion.

1825 development:

The open space between the Grand Parade and Marlborough and Gloucester Places, which was formerly a mere receptacle for rubbish, has of late years been converted into two handsome Lawns, planted with shrubs, and inclosed by dwarf walls and iron palisades. This ground formed a part of the Level, as it was called; as did also the site of the New Church, which is at a short distance northwards.

— , E.W. Brayley, F.S.A., , Topographical Sketches of Brighthelmston and its Neighbourhood, , 1825