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European Spatial Research and Policy

Abstract

Since the Industrial Revolution, entreprises have left their imprint on the urban landscape and local government. This paper begins with an historical context on the subject which is followed by an analysis of the different influences of enterprises on town planning, housing and local urban and social policies.

Keywords

urban development, spatial planning

Language

eng

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First Page

7

Last Page

17

Language

eng

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