As the people of Plymouth are invited to have their say about the changing face of the city since the Blitz, we take a look at some of the most recent developments. This photo is of work at the £45.5m Plymouth Life Centre, due to open in autumn 2011.
Plymouth City Council held an exhibition about Plymouth's changing face at Plymouth University's Roland Levinsky Building, itself a contemporary iconic building in the city.
Among the areas of Plymouth which has been regenerated is the former Royal Navy depot at the Royal William Yard.
The Civic Centre, opened in 1962, was recently listed by English Heritage, stopping a move to demolish the building.
The Marine Aquarium and wind turbines on Plymouth's Barbican.
The 'Plymouth Prawn' which has become a big talking point since it was installed on the Barbican.
An unusual shot of the glass frontage of the Theatre Royal, with the Civic Centre also visible.
TR2 is the rehearsal and set-building arm of the Theatre Royal. Named Britain's Building of the Year in 2003, TR2 is set in three riverside pods which feature woven bronze fabric and zinc.
Plymouth's art deco Tinside Pool, built before the war, has undergone refurbishment in recent years.
Drake Circus, the £200m shopping centre in Plymouth, was opened in 2006, replacing a large area of the city centre which was demolished to make way for the complex.
Historic Devonport Guildhall has undergone major refurbishment work, and now looks magnificent.
Millbay in Plymouth is currently being transformed from a run-down industrial wasteland into a desirable waterfront area.
Plymouth's former pannier market was bombed in 1941. Its replacement, the existing market in the city centre, was opened in 1959 and celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2009.
Bulldozers moved in to demolish this landmark building in Notte Strreet in 2010, prompting a bid by protesters to save it. Demolition work at the former armed services building, opened in the 1950s, has now stopped while a decision is made.
Plymouth's Barbican, like many other parts of the city, has undergone a revival in recent years. The city council held the 'changing face' exhibition on 21 July 2010 to gather views from local people on how the city should move forward.
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