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RE: Water Demand of Cotoneaster

Subject: RE: Water Demand of Cotoneaster
From: Phillip Ellis
Date: Sep 08 2017 10:48:02
Same reason why developers do not add grey water systems, where rainwater is 
saved for flushing loos, washing cars and watering garden. 
Would save using a resource that’s ever in short supply in the south east 
where the aquifers are over abstracted.
Just think of the additional plumbing in a house.

Kind regards

Phillip Ellis

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[mailto:uktc-request@xxxxxx.tree-care.info] On Behalf Of Kevin Slezacek
Sent: Friday, September 8, 2017 10:58 AM
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Subject: RE: Water Demand of Cotoneaster

This may be the case but when house prices are currently around 3 x build 
costs it makes you wonder whether there is scope to improve build whilst 
reducing profit margins slightly! Of course land prices and planning costs 
continue to go up as well so in the overall life of a development I guess the 
profit margins are brought down, this is where the viability comes into play 
that has been discussed recently. 

Kind regards,

Kevin Slezacek



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