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ADDRESSING THE GREEN PARADOX: Designing to actively alleviate green gentrification and benefit the existing community through green space improvement
This project looks at addressing the green paradox. This is where new or improved green space can provide benefits to the community, but can also cause displacement of the community it seeks to benefit through green gentrification. Green gentrification has only been studied retrospectively and as a result has not been actively addressed in the design of green space. As such, this project will explore how the improvement of green space can be designed to benefit the existing community, promoting interaction, accessibility and inclusivity while ensuring that those benefits are continually realised in the long-term by actively designing to alleviate green gentrification. It focuses on council estates in London, specifically looking at a site in Camden, North London.

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