23 Jan

Eco-towns: The way of the future

Eco-towns: The way of the future

One aspect of modern living in the UK which is becoming more and more prevalent as time goes by is the advent of the eco-town, with a growing number of towns and cities now making moves to install things like solar panels and wind farms to provide the sort of electricity that they need to power homes and other buildings without having to fork out extortionate money on electricity bills.

In some parts of the country, community groups have even been formed to deal with green energy creation, and others have been made into designated eco-towns. For those looking to live in a more eco-friendly environment, property for sale in Bordon may be of interest to them.

Bordon is a small town in East Hampshire, located near the road between London and Portsmouth, which means it has good access to both via road for those who want to go there to work. Last year's completion of the Hindhead Tunnel on the road made transport to London via road a much easier task for those who are looking to commute, making towns like Bordon seem like attractive places to live.

The town has a population of around only 11,000 people. While it is not a market town, nor does it have a booming town centre shopping area, Bordon does retain the feel of a small town, meaning that those who wish to relax away from work in a quieter area can find themselves the perfect place to do so in Bordon.

However, as an eco-town, Bordon will have a great appeal to many people who are now looking for ways to protect the environment while also making sure that towns and cities can grow. The plan in Bordon is to regenerate the area, without harming the environment. This is sure to be a winner with anyone who has half a mind to protect the planet for the future.ADNFCR-1222-ID-801272274-ADNFCR

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