Ralph Swingler Place
Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire
Britain's first garden city, a planned town of limited size and surrounded by a protective rural belt, derived its name from 'enclosure that can be locked'. It was concieved in 1903 by Ebenzer Howard and lies about seven miles north of Stevenage. He wanted the ideal spacious suburb with wide avenues and parks and unobtrusive working areas to ovecome the overcrowding seen in so many British cities. His ideas set the pattern for other new towns in the country and in Europe. Today Letchworth is an attractive city by-passed by the A1M.
: Facilities include an alarm service and non-resident management services.
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