Walkability of towns is crucial

The Sunday Times reports on the lack of reachable amenities in many planning projects, which is something the Prince’s Foundation seeks to change.

“A report by the Prince’s Foundation calls for developers to stop building monocultural housing estates in the middle of nowhere that require you to hop into a car to buy a pint of milk. Walkability and Mixed-Use: Making Valuable and Healthy Communities, which launches December 14, found that people will walk 500 metres to a shop before resorting to a car.” Read the full piece here.