'A good geography is whatever it needs to be': the Atlantic Gateway and evolving spatial imaginaries in North West England

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Deas, I.; Haughton, G.; Hincks, S.;
(2015)
  • Publisher: Routledge

The emergence of new, non-statutory or informal spaces can be found at multiple levels across Europe, in a variety of circumstances, and with diverse aims and rationales. This book moves beyond theory to examine the practice of soft spaces.
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