by School of Building, Surveying and Land Economy, Leicester Polytechnic in Leicester .
Written in English
|Statement||proceedings of a symposium organised by the School or Building, Surveying and Land Economy, Leicester Polytechnic at the Polytechnic, 23rd March 1977.|
|Contributions||Leicester polytechnic. School of Building, Surveying and Land Economy.|
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