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CABE urges Plymouth to recreate itself as 'iconic city'

CABE has challenged a major southern city to build or improve 50 public spaces to turn it from dereliction into an 'iconic city'. Chief executive Jon Rouse said Plymouth should prioritise the public realm as a 'premium legacy to the Queen's Golden Jubilee'. He told last week's Urban Plymouth conference to improve or build 50 public spaces such as parks and piazzas in the next five years.

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