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implementation of local planning

implementation of local planning

a report of the annual conference of the Education for Planning Association held...February 1981

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Published by Department of Town and Country Planning, Gloucestershire College of Arts and Technology in Gloucestershire .
Written in English

Edition Notes

Statementcontributors: Michael Ankers...[et al] ; edited for the E.P.A. by Steven Owen and Nigel Curry.
SeriesGloucestershire papers inlocal and rural planning
ContributionsAnkers, Michael., Owen, Steven., Curry, Nigel., Education for Planning Association.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14110307M

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