3 edition of Intra-urban changes in the age structure of the British urban system found in the catalog.
Intra-urban changes in the age structure of the British urban system
London School of Economics and Political Science. Geography Department.
"Research undertaken... under ccontract to the Urban Affairs Directorate of the Department of the Environment" - title page.
|Series||Working reports -- no.26.|
|Contributions||Great Britain. Urban Affairs Directorate., Urban Change in Britain Project.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||47|
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