Here is an extract from a e/mail sent to me by Johnathan Smales - "We aim to create a superb sustainable urban extension to Reading in the form of a walkable neighbourhood with a wide mix of uses at the local level and a range of house types, tenures and prices. We intend it to be one of the most sensitive and sophisticated environmental developments ever attempted in the UK with clean energy, low-polluting travel, enhanced biodiversity and providing improved access to the countryside ".
Questions - A walkable neighbourhood ??? Low polluting travel ??? Enhanced biodiversity ??? - How does building on this land give better access to the countryside ???. You speak absolute rubbish Mr Smales.
concrete and tarmac will not enhance biodiversity here Mr. Smales and you know it !
This land is quite walkable now Mr Smales and it's low polluting !
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