Dock therapy

Michael Wilford’s Lowry Centre is the first in a new wave of lottery-funded waterfront regeneration projects across the UK. Is this trend for culture on the water purely a practical way of reviving the remains of Britain’s maritime legacy, or is there a hidden agenda?

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