1 October 1999
Six months after their launch, Labour’s Regional Development Agencies are finally going public with their masterplans for reinvigorating regional economies. But, in the first of a two-part series, Lucy Benyon finds that property may be the one part that the agencies cannot reach, especially in the south of England
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