Wales an the Southwest: The shore thing
Marine businesses in Plymouth continue to grow by 15% each year, and with further expansion planned in leisure, sports, support industries and regeneration projects, the city is making shrewd use of its prized waterfront, writes Nick Horton
Few would deny that Plymouth’s greatest asset is the sea, and yet centuries of naval dominance have, until recently, left large parts of the waterfront disconnected from the city centre. But all that is changing. Not only is Plymouth reclaiming its waterfront for people to enjoy, but its huge marine sector has shrugged off its traditional dependence on the defence industry to diversify into the marine leisure market.
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