Urban renaissance valuers should vote Labour

People who value urban renaissance should vote for Labour in the forthcoming general election, deputy prime minister John Prescott urged this week. In a speech at a Labour Party press conference, he said that a steady transformation is taking place in England's core regional cities. Prescott praised all those involved in helping to bring about change in Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle-Gateshead, Nottingham and Sheffield. The party launched a document reviewing the progress of the eight cities as well as that of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Cardiff. Strong Economy, Great Cities can be viewed via www.PlanningResource.co.uk.

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