LAND VALUES AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR PLANNING POLICY
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34. a recent one day conference entitled 'Living at Higher Densities', sponsored by Urban Environment Today focussed on the design implications of PPG3 and included a range of architects and urban designers amongst its speakers
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52. see for example the report of DETR Policy Action Team 13 "Improving Shopping Access for People Living in Deprived Neighbourhoods", National Strategy for Neighbourhood Renewal.
53. The small site and flats and maisonette land values in the Autumn 1995 Report seem exceptionally high ( see Figures 3.1 and 3.4). This may be an error in Valuation Office reporting.
54. Industrial land is based on valuations in 10 localities in Scotland with consent for Class 4 Use.
55. the only reliable source of local employment data
56. we have some concerns about potential discontinuities in this data, as the scale of increase in the most recent year is very marked indeed. We are currently exploring this issue with the ABI.
57. GVA Grimley and Business Strategies Ltd, Manufacturing and Residential Land Allocation - A Deepening Mismatch?, February 2002
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63. The Express, Oct22. 'Scots firm choice after attack
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65. 'The Impact of the Terrorist Attacks', pp. 10; Goudie, pp.9
66. ibid, pp. 11
67. Evening News, Union chiefs in talks', 20 October 2001
68. The Scotsman, 'Air Passengers Increase', 12 October 2001
69. 'The Impact of the Terrorist Attacks', pp. 13
70. Scottish Daily Record, 'Axe Hangs Over Motorola', 11 October 2001
71. 'The Impact of the Terrorist Attacks', pp. 17
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81. 'Sites still hard to come by in 2002', Property Week, 11 January 2002
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85. Interviews with various industrial developers conducted in November 2001
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90. see para 2.50
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95. op cit
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97. Pieda, Repair and Maintenance of Properties in Mixed Ownership (1998), Scottish Development Department.