Ashgate Publishing Ltd

Ashgate is an independent press, publishing academic research in a number of subject areas in social sciences and humanities.

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Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
Building tomorrow: innovation in construction and engineering 2005 Red
Environment, planning and land use 1998 Red
Integrated buffer planning - towards sustainable development 2005 Red
Integrating city planning and environmental improvement - practicable strategies for sustainable urban development. 2nd edition 2004 Red
Making ecopreneurs: developing sustainable entrepreneurship 2005 Red
Spatial planning, urban form and sustainable transport 2005 Red
Steering sustainability in an urbanising world: policy, practice and performance 2007 Red
Strategic planning: processes, tools and outcomes 1999 Red
Teleworking in the countryside: home-based working in the information society 2000 Red
Urban environmental planning: policies, instruments and methods in an international perspective 1997 Red
Urban environmental planning - policies, instruments and methods in an international perspective. 2nd edition 2005 Red

 

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