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Friday, May 26, 2006
"The Georgian Healing Collective"...
A shameless long quote from this week's column by Ian Martin, via BD.

My preliminary research turns up an interesting report from the Georgian Healing Collective. It interviewed two groups of people: one living in a Wolverhampton slab block, the other in the Royal Crescent, Bath.

Although inconclusive - some of the residents in Bath are only there at weekends - the results were startling. Those living in the Georgian houses seemed much more pleased with themselves than the Wolverhampton housing association tenants. Executive summary: Britain needs more 18th century houses.

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