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Thames Gateway evidence review

Publication Year
2006

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Abstract

Literature review which synthesises a vast array of previously published material on the Gateway and gives some key messages that have been drawn out from these previously published material.


Document History

To be read with Thames Gateway interim plan: policy framework; Thames Gateway interim plan: development prospectus; State of the gateway: a baseline for evaluating the Thames Gateway programme; and Feasibility study to examine making the Thames Gateway a low carbon/zero carbon development area - interim report (all DCLG, 2006).


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Department for Communities and Local Government

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