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  • I have no idea whether the way some new developments are designed and laid out is down to developers or the planners but I agree with Fed up about the busy junction. Look how planners have allowed houses bang on the pavement edge near Sprowston Tesco extra. I assume the excuse is that the are in an " urban situation" but when most houses were built bang on the roadside there were no cars. New developments just over the county boundary are the same, towering three storey terraces, houses rammed onto the kerb, twisting narrow roads and cul de sacs, houses at all angles to one another with shared accesses and car barns with all the squabbles they create. The general atmosphere is of cramped dark estates that are neither urban nor rural in character, plonked in the countryside and a terrible Hobson's choice for people desperate for somewhere to live. A shortage of land is not an excuse for this nasty architecture.

    Daisy Roots

    Sunday, December 09, 2012

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