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DERBY PLAN TO REGENERATE WITHOUT GRANT AID

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Derby Pride - a company set up by the city council to develop 180 acres of derelict land - aims to breathe new life...
Derby Pride - a company set up by the city council to develop 180 acres of derelict land - aims to breathe new life into the area without the benefit of public grants, reports the Financial Times (p11).

In one of the country's biggest commercial rescue operations, a team of public sector managers aims to create jobs in sectors linked to manufacturing, distribution and entertainment. The idea of building supermarkets - the easy way to create jobs - has been rejected.
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