In Brief: Culture and regeneration need close link

Local culture, regeneration and the built environment need to be closely linked if major renewal projects are to succeed, Southampton City Council's City Identity debate concluded last week. Panellists at the one-day event pointed to the increase in land values in Liverpool following the city's successful European Capital of Culture campaign. The panel also concluded that cities need to manage funding better and make greater use of iconic architecture.

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