Regional planning in New South Wales and Victoria since 1944 with special reference to the Albury-Wodonga growth centre
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|Title:||Regional planning in New South Wales and Victoria since 1944 with special reference to the Albury-Wodonga growth centre|
|Author(s):||Harris, C. P.|
|Publisher:||Canberra, ACT : Australian National University Press|
The first part of the book reviews the development of regional planning authorities and policies in New South Wales and Victoria since 1944, with respect to the regional components of statutory planning and policies concerned with decentralisation, regional growth centres, system cities and satellite towns. The involvement of the Commonwealth Government in the field of regional planning is also examined. The second part of the book discusses the Albury- Wodonga growth centre, which was instituted as a joint Commonwealth-State project in 1973. The development of the growth centre is analysed to the end of 1977 and problems facing its future expansion are also discussed.
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