Swansea could lose out from 'out-of-city' university campus, say regeneration professionals
By John Geoghegan 14 September 2012
A group of regeneration professionals has written a letter to Swansea University bosses claiming that the building of a new campus out of town could result in the city losing out on economic growth.
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