There are right and wrong ways to place making (From the Guardian)

The Heritage Economic Regeneration Trust aims to inject vitality into the city through effective marketing of its assets such as Norwich cathedral. Photograph: Alamy

Media criticism brought on Bristol city council for hiring a director of place-making was not in itself misplaced, says Andrew Stevens, but councils shouldn’t be blamed for trying to foster a sense of uniqueness.

Read the rest of Andrew Stevens’ article in The Guardian

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