From New Towns to Green Politics: Campaigning for Town and Country Planning, 1946-1990 by D. Hardy

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Author
D. Hardy
Publisher
Taylor & Francis Group
Date of release
Pages
238
ISBN
9781280067464
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ebook
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From the 1940s to the 1990s From New Towns to Green Politics charts the course of successive issues and campaigns - from the reconstruction of Britain's war-torn cities, to the introduction of green belts and new towns, to regional and community planning, and so to the inner cities and most recently, green politics.


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