Rural areas ‘hit harder’ by cost-of-living crisis1 min read
Graham Biggs, chief executive of the Rural Services Network, which represents rural councils and other service providers, said: “Out-dated infrastructure and a legacy of other factors, such as poor transport and broadband connectivity, employment opportunities and housing demand, means that many rural areas are more isolated than maps suggest and are all contributing to a higher overall cost of living.
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