no study of the place of industry in town planning would be complete without some consideration of the men and women who work in the factories and the industrialists and planners who direct them. The planner is sometimes apt to forget that his work is only a means to an end, or rather a number of ends including the health, happiness and prosperity of the people who will live and work in his carefully arranged residential neighbourhoods and industrial estates. And yet many problems of physical planning can only satisfactorily be solved if the human and social aspects are taken into account from the onset.