Monday, September 24, 2012
Andrew Tuck asks what to make of the fact that cities countine to become less dense:
Should we admit defeat and let cities spread? Are ideas such as the Green Belt outdated (they may not work and, even if they do, often have the unintended consequence of forcing up land and property prices in the core). And if now that cities are going to spread whatever you do, should we put aside the land now, build the basic infrastructure and embrace the process?
(HT: Andrew Sullivan)