Emerging Problems of Urban Regeneration in the Multiply Deprived Area of Bijlmermeer (Amsterdam)

K. Leeming

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCities in Transition: Transforming the Global Built Environment
EditorsT. Shakur
PublisherOpen House Press
Pages176-190
ISBN (Print)978-0954446314
Publication statusPublished - 2005

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Leeming, K. (2005). Emerging Problems of Urban Regeneration in the Multiply Deprived Area of Bijlmermeer (Amsterdam). In T. Shakur (Ed.), Cities in Transition: Transforming the Global Built Environment (pp. 176-190). Open House Press.
Leeming, K. / Emerging Problems of Urban Regeneration in the Multiply Deprived Area of Bijlmermeer (Amsterdam). Cities in Transition: Transforming the Global Built Environment. editor / T. Shakur. Open House Press, 2005. pp. 176-190
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Leeming, K 2005, Emerging Problems of Urban Regeneration in the Multiply Deprived Area of Bijlmermeer (Amsterdam). in T Shakur (ed.), Cities in Transition: Transforming the Global Built Environment. Open House Press, pp. 176-190.

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Cities in Transition: Transforming the Global Built Environment. ed. / T. Shakur. Open House Press, 2005. p. 176-190.

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