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A survey of the members of the British Urban Regeneration Association has revealed broad support for the Richard Rogers-penned Urban Task Force's report, 'Towards an Urban Renaissance', but also demonstrates concerns that the report is too long and is too difficult to transfer into government policy. The survey, by BURA and accountancy firm Arthur Andersen, was timed to coincide with government work on the Urban White Paper, which is due to be published later this year. The Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions is expected to subsume many of the conclusions of the Lord Rogers report into the paper.

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