First wave of eco towns given go-ahead: £60 million in Government support for local infrastructure available

Juliana ORourke
17 July 2009
 

The Government has announced the go-ahead for four eco-towns across England. The masterplans for the four in this 'first wave' of eco towns could be approved next year. The successful bids, which will still have to go through the planning process, were named as Rackheath, Norfolk; Whitehill Bordon, East Hampshire; North West Bicester and the China Clay Community scheme near St Austell, Cornwall.

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