Town and Country: Contemporary Issues at the Rural/Urban Interface
Author: Michael F. Hopkinson
Price: £3.00 incl. P&P
- ISBN: 0-9524970-5-0
- Published: 1999
This is a collection of papers focusing on changes at the interface between town and country, delivered at a conference held in York. Written at the turn of the century by leading researchers in the field, they form an interesting point against which to assess the current situation.
- Marion Shoard: Recreation in the Rural/Urban Interface
- Michael Hopkinson: Beyond the Fringe: Land use change at York’s urban margin
- Lynn Crowe, Melvyn Jones and Karen Smyth: Untested Assumptions and Unequal Opportunities: Informal recreation access issues in the urban fringe countryside
- Geoff Lomas and Glenn Gorner: Community and Agency Interaction at the Urban and Rural Interface
- Adam Menuge: Belle Isle and the Invention of the Lake District: an exploration of meanings and process
- Andrew Sclater: Industrial Elysium: Smithills Estate, Bolton – from hamlet to heritage centre?