Commission for Rural Communities

The Commission for Rural Communities (CRC) was abolished in 2013.

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UK

Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
Assessing the rural content of regional spatial and housing strategies 2007 Green
Eco-cities: a planning guide 2012 Red
Ecological sustainability: understanding complex issues 2013 Red
Economic well-being - guidance for local authorities 2010 Green
Environmental consulting fundamentals: investigation and remediation 2012 Red
Green nanotechnology: Solutions for sustainability and energy in the built environment 2010 Red
Industrial energy efficiency handbook 2006 Red
Planning for sustainable rural communities - the big picture 2008 Green
Recognising rural interests within regional strategies 2010 Green
State of the countryside 2008 2008 Green
Taking forward the recommendations of the Affordable Rural Housing Commission: final report 2008 Green
Thinking about rural transport - sustainable rural accessibility - is it really possible? 2008 Green
Thinking about rural transport - the contribution of transport to sustainable rural communities 2008 Green
Understanding economic well-being 2010 Green

 

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