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Managing brownfield land in stagnant land markets

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Managing brownfield land in stagnant land markets. / Schlappa, Hans; Ferber, Uwe.

Future Directions for the European Shrinking City. ed. / Hans Schlappa; William, B.V. Neill. London : Taylor & Francis, 2016. (RTPI Library Series).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)peer-review

Harvard

Schlappa, H & Ferber, U 2016, Managing brownfield land in stagnant land markets. in H Schlappa & WBV Neill (eds), Future Directions for the European Shrinking City. RTPI Library Series, Taylor & Francis, London.

APA

Schlappa, H., & Ferber, U. (2016). Managing brownfield land in stagnant land markets. In H. Schlappa, & W. B. V. Neill (Eds.), Future Directions for the European Shrinking City (RTPI Library Series). Taylor & Francis.

Vancouver

Schlappa H, Ferber U. Managing brownfield land in stagnant land markets. In Schlappa H, Neill WBV, editors, Future Directions for the European Shrinking City. London: Taylor & Francis. 2016. (RTPI Library Series).

Author

Schlappa, Hans ; Ferber, Uwe. / Managing brownfield land in stagnant land markets. Future Directions for the European Shrinking City. editor / Hans Schlappa ; William, B.V. Neill. London : Taylor & Francis, 2016. (RTPI Library Series).

Bibtex

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