Twyford Down: Roads, campaigning and environmental law

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Taylor & Francis, Nov 1, 2002 - Architecture - 352 pages
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The Twyford Down story is set in a political and historical framework in order to examine the key issues affecting road planning and environmental protection: the system of route selection; Crown development; government agents, NGOs and locally elected authorities; conservation legislation; subsidiarity; lobbying techniques; and the role of the press. Written in a lively style and vividly illustrated, Twyford Down will appeal to environmental advisors, policy makers and planners as well as lobbyists and those interested in the environment.

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