28 January 2000
Birmingham has benefited from the urban renaissance that many British cities are enjoying. Planning policy has also contributed – with late-night licences granted to city centre venues. But Birmingham is now far less provincial than critics appreciate, actively striving to be one of the new breed of continental, 24-hour cities.
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