Basildon New Town's First Multi-storey Car Park

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Basildon New Town's First Multi-storey Car Park

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Basildon New Town's First Multi-storey Car Park
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Burt, R F

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It is not the intention to add any improved information to that already written on the subject of multi-storey car park design over the last decade, but to record some of the interesting aspects of the design, both structural and otherwise, relating to Basildon's first multi-storey car park which was opened to the public on 6 November 1972. R.F. Burt

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