Two-thirds of the public say that new large-scale development is poor quality, survey finds

Two out of three people say that the quality of large-scale new communities such as garden cities, new towns and urban extensions, is “poor overall”, according to a new study.

by Ellie Kahn
Broadway Gardens at the centre of Letchworth Garden City, which the report said "pioneered new models for delivery and civic governance"
Broadway Gardens at the centre of Letchworth Garden City, which the report said "pioneered new models for delivery and civic governance"

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