By C. T. Sandford, M. S. Bradbury (auth.)

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Give reasons. CASE 5. 8 million people between 1961 and 1981. This population increase would be caused by a net migration into the region of 1·4 million people from other parts of the country and from abroad, and by the natural increase in population within the region (2·4 million). The Proposed Strategy The Study accepted that existing population trends were too powerful to stop and that planning could not influence the size of the natural population increase within the region. However, the Study proposed to use two strategies to modify these trends: 1.

3. Operational grants for three years, normally at the rate of IO per cent a year based on the cumu42 I. lative expenditure on eligible buildings, plant and machinery (less any building or investment grant). Intermediate Areas When the Industrial Development Act, 1966, came into force, the Economic Planning Councils for the North-west, Yorkshire and Humberside and the South-west argued that its measures could have an adverse effect on the prosperity of their regions, by attracting a higher proportion of new industry to the development areas.

P. was abolished outside the development areas. P. ) would be withdrawn in the development areas from the start of the financial year 1970- I. Special Development Areas Fearing that the rapid contraction of the coal-mining industry might lead to severe local unemployment, the Government introduced additional incentives in November 1967 to encourage the establishment of new industry in selected parts of the development areas, called special development areas. These additional incentives were: A rent-free period of up to five years in Board of Trade factories.

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