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The numbers game : 24 hours (to Tulsa?)

Howieson, Stirling (2009) The numbers game : 24 hours (to Tulsa?). Scotregen, Scottish Urban Regeneration Forum (46). p. 14.

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Abstract

To build anything requires a variety of statutory approvals and co-operation from a significant number of utilities. Such complexity invariably produces stumbling blocks and delays to the process, but of all of these hurdles, gaining planning permission is undoubtedly the most fraught.