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Was Nostradamus really a town planner?
Environmental | Housing | Nostradamus | Plan Making - Spatial Planning | predictions | the future | UK

Like Nostradamus, planners are compelled to predict the future. But how accurate have their predictions been over the last 50 years; and how accurate will Louise Brooke-Smith's prove over the next 50?...

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