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Peter, Leigh

Anarcho-communism is something that really interests me - I think an area of town that adopts the principles of this would be great and maybe representative of a changing societal culture, where the people who use the spaces have the greatest say in how they are run.

In this future high street...

Rules are determined by the community and the mutual support is a key principle of anything undertaken.

Libraries aren't just for books but also toys, things you need… all sorts! Like a community exchange.

Roof gardens and plants growing up and besides walls should be commonplace, they could be for public use for growing flowers, plants, vegetables for local communities. Local gardeners could be employed to maintain these areas.