09 October 2019
Legal & General acknowledge the importance of cultural infrastructure within future cities
In a new report commissioned by Legal & General, architects, property developers and local planners need to better prioritise music venues and listen more closely to artists and performers when designing regeneration schemes.
Report authors Sound Diplomacy, a consultancy that advised the mayors of London, New York and Barcelona on cultural policy and night time economy, says that mapping out music businesses, creating more mixed-use developments and undertaking more meaningful community engagement could help architects and planners reverse the decline of music venues.
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