Railways, Urban Development and Town Planning in Britain: 1948-2008
"The book concludes by showing how these findings reflect on the interplay between planning and railway since privatisation and points to best practice for the future in institutional structures and policy development to secure improved outcomes."--BOOK JACKET.
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