Canterbury is already in the clutches of a population crisis that has now started to affect the quality of life of those living in Canterbury. There are simply not enough homes in Canterbury to house the greater number of people wanting to live in the city. The burden on public services is almost at breaking point with many parents unable to send their child to their first choice of primary or secondary school and the chances of getting a decent Dentist or GP Doctor Surgery next to nil.
- Residential Houses and Flats 1.1%
- Gardens 4.3%
- Shops and Offices 0.7%
- Highways (Roads and Paths) 2.3%
- Railways 0.1%
- Water (Rivers /Reservoirs) 2.6%
- Industry, Military and other uses 1.4%