A Regeneration & Renewal special report - The new towns

The creation of the new towns formed one of Britain's most important post-war social policies, and there is much to be learned from the strategy's mixed results. Joey Gardiner finds that, in developing its growth areas plans, the Government risks ignoring the lessons of history.

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