The final barge with material for Brighton's new i360 attraction has arrived from the Netherlands.
The vessel is carrying the final eleven steel cans to complete the structure, which has reached a height of 28 metres.
The viewing tower is set to be completed by September - and opens to the public next year.
A row has broken out about the future of two tourist attractions on Brighton seafront.
The i360 observation tower is due to open next summer. But the owners of the Brighton Wheel have applied for permission to stay another five years too. They say there's room for both.
But the team behind the i360 say it's unfair competition
Work has officially started today on the i360 project on Brighton seafront. The tower will stand 160m high with a viewing platform rising up to the top. But can the cost of more than 46 million pounds be justified? Malcolm Shaw reports.
A Brighton MP has called for a statue to be built to honour the longest living First World War veteran.
Henry Allingham - who was 113 years old and from Ovingdean - died in 2009 after he served in the Royal Flying Corps.
It has cost nearly £5m and taken just under a year to complete, but now the makeover at Brighton's historic seafront arches is ready.
The new look will be officially revealed this afternoon - we speak to a local business about what they think of the new idea, including i360.
Work on the ambitious i360 viewing tower in Brighton could start within a year after the council gave the project it's backing last night.
The council has agreed new loans to get the project, first approved in 2006, off the ground.