Homes, Cities and Neighbourhoods: Planning and the Residential Landscapes of Modern Britain

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Ashgate, 2008 - Business & Economics - 343 pages
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While Homes, Cities and Neighbourhoods provides a unique and comprehensive exploration of housing and planning from 1900 through to the present, it is more than a history of ideas and debates. Drawn from an eclectically wide range of information sources, it puts forward a lively and readable account of the changing urban landscapes of modern Britain.

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Contents

PLANNING MARKETS AND THE INDUSTRIAL CITY
9
Mass Housing
27
Two Types of Planning
59
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Sheffield Hallam University

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