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Eco-town - pictures

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Tell us what you think of the plans for an eco-town in Worcestershire.

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Delia Lewis
The Kabbutz system has proven to work under the most extreme conditions and yet survived with a population of 10's of thousands to date. We are not going to recover from this recession and therefore have to change.

Delia Lewis
We think it is the way to go for the future generation to survive. We are very committed to the idea of living and working in this type environment.

i think it will be a good idea and will help the enviroment

someone near
i am from broadway and i think it will be a good thing!i'm a teen what about houses for us teens when we look to buy homes.cause there will be no homes for us when we are in our 20-30

Rita Mauri
Eco-town pictures 19 and twenty show Meon Hill which straddles the Cotswold District border and carries part of the Heart of England Way.Why would anybody want to urbanise this beautiful area unless their was monitory gain involved.

Chris Gibbs & Jenny Walter
We are delighted to hear of the plan as it is just what the country needs. We would be looking to move to such a development in the future.

Arthur Miller
Why cannot Goverment think of eco-villages rather than towns? Judicious housing development on this site is possible with the co-operation of Long Marston village authority + the County Council. Such a development could then be within the scale of both the site and the effects on the local environment.

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