Planning and industrial restructuring: the Bathgate/ Livingston experience.

C. Hague

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    Reviews the experience of the Bathgate area to two stages of restructuring: 1) the designation of Livingston New Town and the arrival of vehicle manufacture, following the collapse of traditional heavy industry, and, 2) the reassessment and planning implications of the vehicle plant closure, which may reemphasise socio-economic spatial differentiation in the sub-region. -T.Hoare

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationGlobal restructuring local response
    Subtitle of host publicationa report commissioned by the Environment and Planning Committee of the ESRC
    EditorsPhilip Cooke
    Number of pages12
    Publication statusPublished - 1986


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