Development: Just the place to plant a new town - The Economist

Development: Just the place to plant a new town

Development: Just the place to plant a new town - The Economist
Development: Just the place to plant a new town
Published Aug 07, 2004
960 words — Published Aug 07, 2004
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The concept of the free-standing new town is on the way back IN THE late 1940s and the 1950s, new towns such as Stevenage and Corby mushroomed across the fields of Britain. The most recent was Milton Keynes, which was started in 1970....

  
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