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Last edited 02 Mar 2020
Urban creep is: ‘The increasing density of development, due to extension, paving over og gardens and other permeable areas, and the addition or extension of roads or buildings, which increases the impermeability of developed areas and causes rates and volumes of runoff to rise.’
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