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Joint land availability study, County of South Glamorgan

Joint land availability study, County of South Glamorgan

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Published by South Glamorgan Council, Land Authority for Wales in Cardiff .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Cover title: Land available for housing.

Other titlesLand available for housing.
Statementcarried out by the Land Authority for Wales in co-operation with South Glamorgan County.
SeriesCircular 47/84 / County of South Glamorgan
ContributionsSouth Glamorgan (Wales). County Council., LandAuthority for Wales.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14871379M

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