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New growth for Emmaus

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New growth for Emmaus. / Bretherton, J; Pleace, N.

York : Centre for Housing Policy, University of York, 2012. 68 p.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

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Bretherton, J & Pleace, N 2012, New growth for Emmaus. Centre for Housing Policy, University of York, York. <http://www.york.ac.uk/media/chp/documents/2012/Emmauspubformat.pdf>

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Bretherton, J., & Pleace, N. (2012). New growth for Emmaus. Centre for Housing Policy, University of York. http://www.york.ac.uk/media/chp/documents/2012/Emmauspubformat.pdf

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Bretherton J, Pleace N. New growth for Emmaus. York: Centre for Housing Policy, University of York, 2012. 68 p.

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Bretherton, J ; Pleace, N. / New growth for Emmaus. York : Centre for Housing Policy, University of York, 2012. 68 p.

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