From Shoreditch to the Shires, why Millennials are on the move

Unaffordable house prices, the growth in desktop businesses and the ability to work from anywhere are prompting many creatives to move to the country, or at least to provincial towns and cities. But, asks Miriam Rayman, is the countryside – particularly its housing stock and its tech infrastructure – ready for this influx of Millennial ‘Rurbanites’?

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