The importance of community

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Unless we’re going to accept a life locked in our homes living via the internet, most of us value a sense of community and the amenities that go hand in hand with it. For this reason, suburbs don’t establish themselves over night.

Shops, schools, public transport, nightlife, parks and other social facilities are all provided when demand reaches a level to warrant the economic investment. When newer suburbs evolve, they initially share these facilities with their inner partners before creating their own unique identity; but primarily it’s interaction with other people that builds a community, and it’s a sense of community that makes a suburb attractive enough to tempt prospective buyers.

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