Population forecasting and urban planning practice a case study by Peter Rainford

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Published by University of Sheffield, Department of Town and Regional Planning in Sheffield .

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StatementPeter Rainford and Ian Masser.
SeriesTRP -- 69
ContributionsMasser, Ian.
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Open LibraryOL15322207M
ISBN 100946957541

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