Land Use Problems

  • Ivor H. Seeley


THIS CHAPTER EXAMINES the problems encountered in using a fixed area of land for the satisfactory accommodation of a wide range of uses. Intensity of recreational use, multiple use techniques and open space standards are investigated, and consideration is given to the need for the reclamation of derelict areas and conservation of areas of special natural beauty and interest.


Open Space County Council National Nature Reserve Recreational Facility Recreation Area 
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