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| title    = Tomorrow's London: a background to the Greater London Development Plan
 
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==Context==
 
==Context==
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It is very hard to track down, and very worthwhile if you can find a copy.
 
It is very hard to track down, and very worthwhile if you can find a copy.
 
==People with camera copies==
 
[[User:Chris5156|Chris Marshall]] has a small number of extracts.
 

Revision as of 02:20, 29 December 2018

Date1969
Available to view atBritish Library
Lambeth Archives
Owned byChris5156


Tomorrow's London: a background to the Greater London Development Plan

Date range1969-1973
LocationBritish Library (see all files stored here)

This item also exists at Lambeth Archives and the British Library. Those item references redirect here.

Context

The Greater London Council was obliged, in its first decade, to create and publish the Greater London Development Plan - the documents whose road schemes are better known to us as the Ringways. Alongside the plan, the GLC attempted to humanise their vision for the future of the city by publishing this companion, which is properly titled Tomorrow's London: A Background to the Greater London Development Plan.

It is very hard to track down, and very worthwhile if you can find a copy.