OPINION: Top-up fees may threaten small university towns

The great university top-up fees fight is going round after round, and the result could just be a knock-out, ending the current champion's long winning run. But what the media hasn't noticed is that the outcome will have huge implications for regeneration.

by Sir Peter Hall, sir.peter.hall@haynet.com, professor of planning at the Bartlett School of Planning, University College London

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