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Low Impact Development: Planning and People in a Sustainable Countryside

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Simon Fairlie argues that instead of excluding low income people from living and working in rural areas, planners should look favourably on proposals for low impact, environmentally benign homes and workplaces in the open countryside. By giving people the opportunity to live in the countryside in return for ecological improvements and a commitment to sustainability, the ...more
Paperback, 159 pages
Published 1996 by Jon Carpenter Publishing
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Simon Fairlie is an editor of The Ecologist, and co-author of Whose Common Future? (Earthscan, 1993). He writes for The Guardian, New Statesman and Perspectives.
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