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You Don't Know What You've Got 'till Its Gone

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Damien Kiberd: You don't know what you've got till it's gone


So far, economic commentators have concentrated on issues such as rising prices and affordability, but what about the enormous infrastructural issues that accompany this development? Not only will people be living in developments with reduced access to schools, playing fields, petrol stations and social facilities, but in the absence of suitable public transport there will be increased pressure on the roads as residents are forced to go further afield to find these services.

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