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Smart thinking: Why urban extensions could be the solution to England's housing woes

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If we’re to build new communities cost-effectively, we need to think smart and strengthen links between new housing and infrastructure, says URBED founder Nicholas Falk

The call to double the rate of house building in England means not only finding the space for another 100,000 homes a year, but also increasing investment, which has been only about half the level in Germany or France as a per cent of GDP.  At the same time we also need to upgrade our worn-out energy and transport systems. So how is it all going to be resourced? Preliminary........
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