The threat to the longevity of the NHS' healthy new towns, by Richard Garlick

The chair of the body that leads the National Health Service in England is a lifetime honorary member of the RTPI, Sir Malcolm Grant. Earlier this month he gave the annual lecture organised by the Town and Country Planning Association campaign group in memory of Sir Frederic J Osborn, who helped steer the creation of Welwyn Garden City.

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