Technopole planning in Britain, Ireland and France
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Published by Bartlett School of Architecture and Planning, Planning and Development Research Centre in London .
Written in English


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Proceedings of a research colloquium.

StatementJames Simmie, Jeanine Cohen, Douglas Hart.
SeriesWorking paper / Planning and Development Research Centre -- 6, Working paper (Bartlett School of Architecture and Planning. Planning and Development Research Centre) -- 6.
ContributionsCohen, Jeanine., Hart, Douglas, 1943-, Bartlett School of Architecture and Planning. Planning and Development Research Centre.
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Open LibraryOL17170260M

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