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The July edition of Punchline Magazine

The stunning renaissance of Gloucester into one of Britain's best small cities is detailed in the latest edition of Punchline magazine.

The biggest edition of the magazine to date throws the spotlight on the stunning transformation the city has enjoyed in the last 15 years.

We tell the story from the founding of the Gloucester Urban Heritage Regeneration Company in 2006 through to the modern day.

We detail the development of the Magnificent Seven sites that have transformed and breathed new life into the city.

Mark Owen, the editor of Punchline said: "I've waited a decade and a half to celebrate Gloucester's rebirth as the greatest small city in the UK.

"As these pages show it's definitely on the UP and UP and UP with new buildings being built and once-derelict buildings being torn down and regenerated.

"Like all projects of this type, it takes time and people are always impatient for change.

"But when the changes take so long, we forget what the starting point was.

"And that is what we have tried to show and tell the story of. Gloucester's journey of renaissance in this special edition."

Alongside more than 40 pages of features on Gloucester's Renaissance, there is the usual mix of news and features on Gloucestershire businesses.

Gloucester Renaissance: The Magnificent 7

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