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City limits : why Australia's cities are broken and how we can fix them / Jane-Frances Kelly and Paul Donegan
Bib ID 6656165
Format BookBook [text, online resource]
Author
Kelly, Jane-Frances, author
 
Description Carlton, Vic. : Melbourne University Publishing, 2015 
ISBN 9780522868012 (ebook)
Notes

Includes index.

Subjects Urbanization -- Australia.  |  Sociology, Urban -- Australia.  |  City planning -- Australia.  |  Cities and towns -- Australia -- Growth.  |  Community development, Urban -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Donegan, Paul, author

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