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Melbourne's Green Belt and Wedges: A Short History of Open Places and Spaces in the City and Their Strategic Context
Melbourne's Green Belt and Wedges: A Short History of Open Places in Melbourne's Development and Their Strategic Context investigates the preservation of wedges of open land between corridors of development, located astride the major radial transport routes of central Melbourne. Within this context, the report focuses on the origins and sources, related issues, options for protection, contributions of key individuals, subsequent events, and lessons arising.
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Name of Publisher: RMIT Publishing
Place of Publication: Melbourne
Resource Type: Report
Publication Year: 2005
Subject Covered: Land & energy economics; Social Sciences (General)
Copyright: © 2005 Geoff Harris and the School of Social Science and Planning, RMIT University.