Linking Place and Creativity, Limehouse Cut, London
We worked with the Landscape Interface Studio at Kingston University, and a range of local community and creative organisations, to develop a methodology to support them to collaborate to revitalise local spaces around London’s oldest stretch of canal whilst retaining community control.
This work included holding open public consultation sessions on a narrowboat and taking residents on a boat trip to engage them in thinking differently about this underused and undervalued space.
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Too often ‘creative-led’ regeneration seems to colonise urban areas, eventually displacing longer term local residents. We’re working with our partners at Kingston University’s Landscape Interface Studio to develop a methodology that supports local residents and creative organisations to collaborate, in order to revitalise local spaces whilst retaining community control.