Abercrombie, Sir (Leslie) Patrick
Quarterly Abercrombie (1926, 1933, 1959);
G. Cherry (ed.) (1981);
Stephenson & and Pool (1944)
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Abercrombie, Sir Patrick
Sir Patrick Abercrombie, 1879–1957, British architect and town planner. Professor of civil design at the Univ. of Liverpool from 1915 to 1935 and of town planning at the Univ. of London after 1935, he acted as consultant in the rebuilding and planning of London, Edinburgh, Bath, and other British cities. He was knighted in 1945. His voluminous writing has been of considerable influence in the field of city and regional planning. His books include The Preservation of Rural England (1926) and Town and Country Planning (1933).
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