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People, products and places (Research Report Summary) : Exploring sustainable-living practices in masterplanned communities. / Parham, Susan; McCormack, John; Jones, Alasdair.

Hatfield : University of Hertfordshire, 2015. 20 p.

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Parham, Susan ; McCormack, John ; Jones, Alasdair. / People, products and places (Research Report Summary) : Exploring sustainable-living practices in masterplanned communities. Hatfield : University of Hertfordshire, 2015. 20 p.

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