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Housing and people in remote mining settlements : the planning context / John P. Lea
Bib ID 1593722
Format BookBook
Author
Lea, John P
 
Edition Rev. ed. 
Description [Sydney] : Architecture Dept., Sydney University for the Ian Buchan Fell Research Project on Housing, 1980 
24 pages : ill. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 085577018X
Series

Occasional paper (Ian Buchan Fell Research Project on Housing) ;

Notes

"Revised version of a paper presented to the Australian Mineral Industries Research Association Housing Design Workshop, Melbourne, May 27-28, 1980'.

"Revised version of a paper presented to the Australian Mineral Industries Research Association: Housing Design Workshop, Melbourne, May 27-28, 1980'.

Bibliography: page 22-24.

Subjects Mining communities. Housing. Social aspects. Australia. Isolated regions  |  Industrial housing -- Australia.  |  Mineral industries -- Australia.  |  Housing -- Social aspects -- Australia.  |  Sociology, Urban -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors University of Sydney. Department of Architecture  |  Ian Buchan Fell Research Project on Housing

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