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Village of Tharwa [cartographic material] : draft policy plan ; Village of Tharwa: existing land use plan / National Capital Development Commission
Bib ID 1568450
Format MapMap
Author
Australia. National Capital Development Commission
 
Scale Scale [ca. 1:10 000] (E 149°04'/S 35°31') 
Description Canberra : NCDC, [1981] 
4 maps : both sides, col. ; 28 x 20 cm. on sheet 59 x 42 cm. 
Full contents
  • Village of Tharwa, draft policy plan. Enlargement
  • On verso: Existing land use plan as at Nov. 1980. Village of Tharwa [photomap]
 
Notes

Plans showing draft policy and existing land use in Tharwa.

Includes text.

Subjects Land use -- Australian Capital Territory -- Tharwa -- Maps.  |  City planning -- Australian Capital Territory -- Tharwa -- Maps.  |  Tharwa (A.C.T.) -- Maps.
Time Coverage 1980 
Also Titled

Village of Tharwa draft policy plan

Village of Tharwa existing land use plan


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