County of Cornwall: Report of the Survey - Written Analysis, Part II (Two) - Towns

By: County of Cornwall Planning Committee

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301 pages. "This plan has two principal objects as follows: i) to act as a general and flexible guide to all concerned as to the manner in which planning control within the area of the plan will be discharged, and particularly as to the kind of development for which planning permission is likely to be granted by the Local Planning Authority. ii) to designate land as subject to compulsory acquisiton by any Minister, Local Authority or Statutory Undertaker." - from Foreword to Part I. This part considers the following towns: Bodmin, Bude-Stratton; Falmouth; Fowey; Launceston; Lostwitheil, Newquay, Padstow, Saltash, St. Austell, Torpoint, Truro. For each of these towns the text is divided into the following sections and includes diagrams relating to Population and the Location and Growth of each town: introduction and brief description; Historical Summary and Population Trends since 1801; Regional Communications; Mineral Resources; Population Structure in relation to Employment; Topography and Existing Land Use; Housing; Public Utilities; Social Services; Analysis of Urban Survey; Other Primary Land Uses; Programming. Former reference library markings. Average wear. Binding intact. A sound copy.

Title: County of Cornwall: Report of the Survey - Written Analysis, Part II (Two) - Towns

Author Name: County of Cornwall Planning Committee

Categories: Other,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: U.K., County Cornwall Council: 1952

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 742C6723

Keywords: County of Cornwall Planning Committee County of Cornwall: Report of the Survey - Written Analysis, Part I (One) - The County Planning subject to compulsory acquisiton by any Minister, Local Authority or Statutory Undertaker." - from Foreword. Topics treated in this volume include: Regional Setting and Characteristics; Development of Settlement Pattern and Main Land Use Features; Communications and Transport; Employment, Industry and Population; Agriculture, Derelict and Marginal Land, and Forestry; Economic Geology and Mineral Resources; Housing; Public Utility, Educational, Library, Health, Recreational and Social Services; Landscape and Development in Rural Areas; Camping and Caravanning; Archaeology, Ancient Monuments and Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest; Development by Government Departments; Programming; Summary of Analysis Bodmin, Bude-Stratton; Falmouth; Fowey; Launceston; Lostwitheil, Newquay, Padstow, Saltash, St. Austell, Torpoint, Truro. For each of these towns the text is divided into the following sections and includes diagrams relating to Population and the Location and Growth of each town: introduction and brief description; Historical Summary and Population Trends since 1801; Regional Communications; Mineral Resources; Population Structure in relation to Employment; Topography and Existing Land Use; Housing; Public Utilities; Social Services; Analysis of Urban Survey; Other Primary Land Uses; Programming,