Metropolitan Planning in Britain: A Comparative Study

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Peter Roberts, Kevin Thomas, Gwyndaf Williams
J. Kingsley, 1999 - Social Science - 288 pages
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Based on research conducted for the Department of the Environment and the activities of a study group, this text presents a comparative analysis and assessment of nine major metropolitan areas and their strategic planning for a period of almost two decades.

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Dr Peter Roberts is Senior Lecturer in History at the University of Kent, Canterbury. He has acted as co-editor for Religion, Culture and Society in Early Modern Britain: Essays in Honour of Patrick Collinson (Cambridge, 1994), Christopher Marlowe and English Renaissance Culture (Scolar/Ashgate, 1996), and British Consciousness and Identity: The Making of Britain, 1533-1707 (Cambridge, 1998).

Kevin Thomas was born in Illinois in 1962. He grew up riding horses on his parents farm. After toiling in the electric utility industry for 23 years he set out to become a freelance writer. His articles have appeared in such diverse publications as SurvivalBlog and Thunder Roads magazine. Kevin is the official book reviewer for Kevin has just completed his first long form non-fiction work. A Common Man ( Ikce Wicasa) is the story of Sidney Keith and Melvin Miner sharing in their own words what it means to be a Lakota Sioux and the practice of their religion.

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