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Dear Sir

Can anyone inform me, why is it that unless you are a microbe or a councillor, you cannot grasp the basic fact that the wet that falls from the sky called rain, needs to fall on open ground. Unless this happens and it goes onto concrete it flows into the rivers to cause floods and we run out of drinking water eventually. 

We need more imaginative schemes instead of the fast buck developers building, in my view the ghettos of the future. I was told that some closed factory sites cannot be used as they are contaminated. Why not seal it with concrete, by the time you have built houses and roads and the patch of garden is normally immediately covered with a conservatory what ground is open: very little. Just bite the bullet and concrete the lot. Likewise if we can build shopping centres over railway lines why not houses? 

We need more imagination. I heard a rumour there is a new sewage works going up near a new estate, true or not?

David Asselbrough,

Melksham.

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