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A series of seven programmes on regional development in the United Kingdom
4: Regional face lift
For regional development policies to work. the various regions must be prepared to help themselves and not expect the long arm of Whitehall to do it all for them
Already there are a number of regional associations at work trying to attract new industry, trying to give the surroundings a face-lift
Director for the Centre of Urban and Regional Studies.
University of Birmingham looks at work going ahead in three legions—Wales, the North-West, and the North-East. To illustrate this he uses extracts from interviews with T. MERNYN JONES Chairman of the Civic Trust for Wales
E. G. W. ALLEN Director of the Lancashire and Merseyside
Industrial Development Association
G. W. ASHWORTH Director of the North-West Civic Trust
G. R CHETWYND Director of the North-East Development Council
Secretary, North Eastern Association for the Arts
Produced by Richard Hooper
Second broadcast


Unknown: J. B.
Unknown: T. Mernyn
Produced By: Richard Hooper

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