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Letter: What About Some Alternative Thinking?

Published on: 1 Jun, 2016
Updated on: 1 Jun, 2016

dont follow the crowd alternative thinkingScreen Shot 2016-06-01 at 23.11.31From Neil Langridge

Are politicians and officials ever able to consider quality of life in non-economic terms?

Endless growth, building and expansion in the pursuit of money and profit continually dictates policy against a bigger perspective of the community and environment.

Are they capable of any alternative thinking?

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Responses to Letter: What About Some Alternative Thinking?

  1. Jenny Procter Reply

    June 2, 2016 at 7:33 am

    Wouldn’t it be good if they could.

    Sadly it is a Utopian dream I think. We are fodder to the national debt.

    I read somewhere in GL Hearn’s literature their vision for the ‘mega city’. I wonder if people living in Guildford town realise that the proposed green belt developments in Woking and Guildford Boroughs will effectively join the town up with with Woking.

    If residents want to live in a continually expanding and ever more urbanised suburb of London this is the way forward for them. I doubt many do.

  2. Stuart Barnes Reply

    June 2, 2016 at 8:01 am

    I think that the simple answer is “no” for the current lot.

  3. Jim Allen Reply

    June 2, 2016 at 6:29 pm

    Outspoken we are, but common sense we speak!

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