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Coming up: Go ahead for Plymouth Civic Centre conversion

Coming up: Go ahead for Plymouth Civic Centre conversion

Developer Urban Splash plans to revive listed Plymouth landmark with residential conversion including office and commercial space at local levels.


Advice: Promoting performance art in town centres

Advice: Promoting performance art in town centres

Putting on performances in public places can have a lasting impact on town centres, but they need to be based on local issues and culture, finds Ben Kochan.

Opinion: Time for the regeneration sector to get back to what it was invented to do

Opinion: Time for the regeneration sector to get back to what it was invented to do

That is to improve the economic outcomes for under-served communities in the former industrial heartlands, writes Tim Williams.

Need to know: Treasury pledges £71 million for Redcar

Need to know: Treasury pledges £71 million for Redcar

Government backs plan to prepare former steelworks site for investment and redevelopment as business zone.

Coming up: Green light for Burnley leisure scheme

Coming up: Green light for Burnley leisure scheme

Planned Pioneer Place development already has cinema chain anchor and will deliver food and beverage and retail space.

Need to know: Liverpool City Region backs Kirkby revamp

Need to know: Liverpool City Region backs Kirkby revamp

Combined authority makes £10 million investment in Knowsley Council's plans to regenerate town centre.

Coming up: Go ahead for Liverpool mixed use regeneration

Coming up: Go ahead for Liverpool mixed use regeneration

The Great George Street project will see a long stalled site developed with homes and commercial space in buildings of up to 18 storeys.

Opinion: Universities must retain their role in urban regeneration

Opinion: Universities must retain their role in urban regeneration

Without the dynamism of the tertiary education sector, many cities in the UK would be on their last legs, writes Tim Williams.

Review: Housing redevelopment on a sensitive site

Review: Housing redevelopment on a sensitive site

The Ridgeway development, in Hertford, has replaced a quite dense 1960s-built scheme with housing on a more human scale, finds David Edwards.

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