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In any neighbourhood, public space is land that is developed and maintained to enhance the areas quality of life and sense of community. The quality of our neighbourhoods is often linked to the quality of our public spaces.
Neighbourhood parks, civic and community spaces provide opportunities for community activities, passive recreation such as walking, cycling, playgrounds and areas for sport and community gatherings.
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To cater for a range of different needs, it is important that our public space is easily accessible, flexible and multi-functional.
What do you think about the public space in your area? Do you have enough? Is it in the right place? Is it easily accessible?
by Hamilton Administrator 27 Aug 2010, 10:40am | 937 views