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The Geography of the British State
Industrial Location and Regional Development
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agriculture Britain British British Rail capital CEGB cent central centres coal industry commuting conurbations costs decline downstream oil industry East Anglia economic employment change energy England and Wales environmental example expenditure need exploitation Figure Fothergill and Gudgin functional regions GB Department groups growth households important income increase inner-city investment Johnston Keeble Labour party land-use landscape levels locations London major manufacturing employment ment metropolitan counties metropolitan rings million mobility motorway North Sea North Sea oil North West Northern Ireland nuclear oil and gas owner-occupation pattern planning Population change problem production programme provision public expenditure public finance public transport rate poundage Rate Support Grant reduced regional policy relatively residential result rural areas rural Britain Scotland sector shift shire counties social South East South West South Yorkshire spatial spending subsidies Table tax base tion towns trends United Kingdom University of Reading urban cores West Midlands