Metropolitan Planning in Britain: A Comparative Study
Peter Roberts, Kevin Thomas, Gwyndaf Williams
J. Kingsley, 1999 - Social Science - 288 pages
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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The Evolution and Purposes of Metropolitan
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