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Expansion of Ipswich: designation proposals, consultants' study of the town in its sub-region; a report to the Minister of Housing and Local Government
Bib ID 555725
Format BookBook
Author
Shankland, Cox and Associates
 
Description London, H.M.S.O., 1966 
[8], 88 p. front., col. plate, illus., maps (some col.), tables, diagrs. (some col.). 30 cm. 
Notes

Bibliography: p. 87.

Subjects Cities and towns -- Growth.  |  City planning -- England -- Ipswich (Suffolk)
Other authors/contributors Great Britain. Ministry of Housing and Local Government

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