Regional Guide: No longer grim up north
With Liverpool celebrating its position as European Capital of Culture in 2008, and Manchester continuing to enjoy its own regeneration, the northwest offers plenty of opportunities for trainee lawyers. Raza Abbasi and Alistair Johnson report
Liverpool is going through a renaissance and has some landmarks in its immediate future to look forward to – its 500th birthday in 2007, and its year as European Capital of Culture in 2008. As these dates approach, developers across the region are looking at more ways to add to their expanding portfolios. In short, Liverpool will not just be the Capital of Culture. It will be – and, indeed, already is – the capital of a property boom.
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