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Local authority economic planning

Richard Minns

Local authority economic planning

a guide to powrs and initiative

by Richard Minns

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Written in English


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In: Jobs and community action; edited by Gary Craig, Marjorie Mayo and Nick Sharman.

Statementby Richard Minns and Jenny Thornley.
ContributionsThornley, Jenny.
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