The Tradition of

Change and Continuity

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These are the sights we see everyday. 

 

Tracing the A4053, Coventry's infamous ring-road, introduces one to multiple topographic identities. 

Look around. Cranes and scaffolding slice the city's skyline, flanked by a fleet of skyscrapers that dwarf the spires that once defined this place. 

Coventry is under construction.

 

For a city once widely praised after rising from adversity and 

embracing modernity as a community, change is coming once again. 

However, to suggest that contemporary Coventry is anything even remotely synonymous with continuity? 

 

That tradition is ultimately broken.


 

Through quiet windows within this environment, we must look

to question the motivations of agencies that seek to change it, 

and what social consequences might arise for the population.

 

 

Look at the buildings. 

 

Think about the people. 

 

 

Join the conversation.

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