History of the London County Council, 1889-1939

by Gibbon, Gwilym Sir

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InGwilym Gibbon and Reginald Bell’s book, History of the London County Councilobserved: ‘The check of the finance department on the proposals of spending departments is strict. The figures are compared with those of former years, changes in prices and the like are considered and estimates are checked by reference to unit.Stephen V.

Ward is Professor of Planning History at Oxford Brookes University and edits the international This book is a product of many years studying planning in Britain and its role in changing cities. History of the London County Council – Macmillan, London. Gibson, M. S. and Langstaff, M.

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