||||||||||||Regeneration by growth: Corby’s 30 year-plan from above|Corby’s new train station is pivotal in attracting people to the town|Hawkins/Brown’s gleaming Corby Cube: a symbol of the town’s new aspirations|The £8.3m Corby Enterprise Centre houses flexible office and studio space for start-ups|A station plaza is part of the plans for the Surrey Canal site|A bird’s eye view of the planned Lewisham development|Sittingbourne’s new civic square by Studio Egret West|Studio Egret West worked with Renewal and LB Lewisham|One of the most successful regen projects of recent times, Bermondsey Square.|Regeneration fund Igloo worked hard to create a sense of place|A map of the Stratford Metropolitan scheme in London||
16 Mar 2011

Regeneration game: picking up the pieces

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