It is well-nigh universally agreed by men of all parties, not only in England, but all over Europe and America and our colonies, that it is deeply to be deplored that the people should continue to stream into the already over-crowded cities, and should thus further deplete the country districts. — Ebenezer Howard, pp. 11-12
We need not, therefore, despair of seeing every large town, within a circle of miles around its present suburbs, abounding with all the advantages of town and all the attractions of country life. The scheme involves the most importan revolution that can be suggested in this country. — "London Lanes and the Village Association," p. 852
- Garden Suburbs: Architecture, Landscape and Modernity 1880-1940
- Blackheath Village, Surrey: Charles Harrison Townsend and the Garden Suburb Movement
Garden Suburbs and Estates
- Bedford Park, London's First Garden Suburb
- Hampstead Garden Suburb, London
- The Half-Moon Estate and The Heights, Haslemere
Model Towns and Communities
- Saltaire in the West Riding of Yorkshire
- Port Sunlight on the Wirral
- Holly Village, Highgate
- Robert Owen's Harmony Hall in Hampshire
- Whiteley Village, Hersham, Surrey (with its monument to William Whiteley)
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