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Garden city principles provide a better vision for housing
England | garden city | garden community | Housing | Masterplanning | new town | Plan Making - Master Planning | Plan Making - Spatial Planning

Garden city principles provide a blueprint for the large scale housebuilding required to solve the UK's housing shortage, argues Patrick Clarke.

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