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Upgrading and Renewing the Historic City of Port Royal, Jamaica

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This report is the outcome of a commission by the Overseas Development Administration of the British Government to Oliver Cox (partner of Shankland Cox) over the period October 1983 to June 1984. It is the result of a combined effort of a joint team including a number of individuals working in various Jamaican Government Departments or agencies.

The proposals were based on the Development Master Plan by Tony Aarons in 1979.

The exceptional nature of the site archaeologically has been well expressed by Dr. D.L. Hamilton and Robyn Woodward, writing in the January/February 1984 issue of 'Archaeology'.

The objective of the project detailed in the book is to devise a stage by stage operation that will reconstruct the town's fabric and economy using its historical and topographic resources as the seeds for its rebirth after its devastation following a severe earthquake.

Published in 1984 in ring binder format. There is a loose page featuring a map between pages 12 and 13. Minor foxing to the cover. Internally clean and very well illustrated.

Of interest to archaeologists, planners and the general reader.



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Author(s):
Various
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Paperback
Publisher:
SC Consultants Publications Ltd.

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This report is the outcome of a commission by the Overseas Development Administration of the British Government to Oliver Cox (partner of Shankland Cox) over the period October 1983 to June 1984. It is the result of a combined effort of a joint team including a number of individuals working in various Jamaican Government Departments or agencies.

The proposals were based on the Development Master Plan by Tony Aarons in 1979.

The exceptional nature of the site archaeologically has been well expressed by Dr. D.L. Hamilton and Robyn Woodward, writing in the January/February 1984 issue of 'Archaeology'.

The objective of the project detailed in the book is to devise a stage by stage operation that will reconstruct the town's fabric and economy using its historical and topographic resources as the seeds for its rebirth after its devastation following a severe earthquake.

Published in 1984 in ring binder format. There is a loose page featuring a map between pages 12 and 13. Minor foxing to the cover. Internally clean and very well illustrated.

Of interest to archaeologists, planners and the general reader.



Author(s):
Various
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Paperback
Publisher:
SC Consultants Publications Ltd.

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