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      • CEN 81 EA 18--Cover.

        StatementHMSO
        PublishersHMSO
        Classifications
        LC Classifications1984
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 97 p. :
        Number of Pages71
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100116910151
        Series
        1nodata
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Greater Manchester

This population increase resulted in the "vigorous concentric growth" of a conurbation between Manchester and an arc of surroundingformed from a steady accretion of houses, factories and transport infrastructure.

Results vary widely due to scale of activity, population density, and Census 1981 policy. The report suggested that a county should be set up to recognise the "Manchester known in commerce", and referred to the areas that formed "a substantial part of South Lancashire and part of Cheshire, comprising all municipal boroughs and minor authorities within a radius of eight or nine miles of Manchester".

In theSale was a rurallinked ecclesiastically with neighbouringwhose fields and meadows were used for crop and cattle farming.

Labour Market Profile

2 NVQ1 and above 47,800 88. Retrieved on 28 February 2014. The commission described the system of administering and separately as outdated, noting that urban areas provided employment and services for rural dwellers, and open countryside was used by town dwellers for recreation.