Local connections: making the net work for neighbourhood renewal
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Local connections: making the net work for neighbourhood renewal Communities Online"s response to the Social Exclusion Unit"s report "Bringing Britain together". by Claire Shearman

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Published by Communities Online in London .
Written in English


  • Bringing Britain together.

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Pagination49p. ;
Number of Pages49
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