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Why is construction so backward? James Woudhuysen, Ian Abley, Stefan Muthesius and Miles Glendinning

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Why is construction so backward? reviewed by Alan Hudson Alan Hudson

Why is construction so backward? reviewed by Austin Williams Austin Williams

Why is construction so backward? reviewed by Bernhard Blauel Bernhard Blauel

Why is construction so backward? reviewed by Colin Bartle-Tubbs Colin Bartle-Tubbs

Why is construction so backward? reviewed by John Prewer John Prewer

Why is construction so backward? reviewed by John Worthington John Worthington

Why is construction so backward? reviewed by Lisbeth Svengren Lisbeth Svengren

Why is construction so backward? reviewed by Michael Hulme Michael Hulme

Why is construction so backward? reviewed by Paul Finch Paul Finch

Why is construction so backward? reviewed by Penny Lewis Penny Lewis

Why is construction so backward? reviewed by Sandy Starr on spiked! online, 11.05.2004 Sandy Starr, spiked! 11.05.2004

Why is construction so backward? reviewed by Stefan Stern in the Financial Times, 24.03.2004 Stefan Stern, FT 24.03.2004

Articles

Britain's grave crisis Britain's grave crisis

James Woudhuysen, Time to build a fresh, non-nimby approach to boosting new housing, The Times, Business section, 30 January 2004 Time to build a fresh, non-nimby approach to boosting new housing

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