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City of Hobart planning scheme 1982 [cartographic material]
Bib ID 1888395
Format MapMap
Scale Scale 1:10 000 (E 147⁰17'/S 42⁰53') 
Description [Hobart : Hobart City Council, 1999] 
1 map : col. ; 39 x 55 cm. 
Notes

Map of Mount Nelson area showing boundary of part of the Hobart City Council planning scheme subject to amendment and the zones, precinct numbers and boundaries within it. Relief shown by contours.

Map to accompany booklet: City of Hobart planning scheme 1982. [Hobart : Hobart City Council, 1999]

"6/99 amendment".

In lower right margin: Page 15 of 15.

Subjects City planning - Tasmania - Hobart - Maps.  |  Hobart (Tas.) - Maps.
Time Coverage 1999 
Other authors/contributors Hobart (Tas.). Council

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