Goodbye England’s green and pleasant land – Immigration boom will DEVASTATE countryside

Wednesday, November 25, 2015
By Paul Martin

GREEN spaces paved over, roads snarled up by up an astonishing 20 MILLION more cars, and entire NEW TOWNS built to house the explosion of migrants – that’s the future awaiting Britain, according to experts.

Wed, Nov 25, 2015

The UK’s beloved countryside is facing devastation with almost unimaginable amounts of infrastructure needed to cope with a dramatic rise in the number of people calling Britain their home, researchers warn.

The Office of National Statistics said the UK will face an influx of at least 10 MILLION people by 2039, with around two-thirds of that figure coming from migration.

And those figures are the most optimistic – the Office of National Statistics admit that the recent ramping up of immigration to unprecedented levels could see Britain’s population hit 80 MILLION in the next 25 years. This would see 20 MILLION more cars, which is almost 60% more than currently use the nation’s roads.

As well as the huge number of vehicles hitting the roads even at the conservative prediction of 70 million residents Britain will need an astonishing 4,000 new schools and 26 more hospitals, just to keep pace.

This is on top of the nation’s ongoing housing crisis, which will be alleviated by paving over the countryside, with new garden cities built up and down the UK.

Simon Ross of the pressure group Population Matters, said housing was potentially the biggest threat facing the next generation of Britons amid the population increase.

He said: “Britain already has the smallest new builds in Europe – pokey flats with no gardens – and that’s because of land prices with England being the most densely populated country in Europe.

“More people will result in house prices going up even further. The population increase will see those with the most money being okay but those poorly paid being forced out of town and facing longer commutes.

“The solution is to develop lots of high-rise flats and turn playing fields and gardens into homes, or building garden cities like that in Ebbsfleet in Kent.

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