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YO U S R A

MARGARET

ALJOHMANI

Landscape Architcture, Urban Design & City Planning Portfolio

2019

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CONTENTS Curriculum Vitae

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University Modules

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LARC Studio XII | The NeighbourWood

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LARC Studio VIII | Resettlement of Displaced People in a Metropolis Setting: Berlin, Germany

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Sustainable Futures by Design | BEELIEF

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UD: Layout, Density and Typology | Green-breaking Holloway

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UD: Design Guidance, Incentive and Control | The Colindale AAP Report

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Collaborative City Planning Strategies | Green Lanes: Palmers Green

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Le. Notre International Competition | Eco-educational Tourism: Gozo

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Contact Deatils

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INFO

YOUSRA

MARGARET

ALJOHMANI

Landscape Architcture, Urban Design & City Planning

Dr. Karen Foley

Email maggiealjo@gmail.com UK Phone +44 7513 509 283 UK Location St. Johns Wood,London, England IRL Phone +353 838 918 747 IRL Location Templeogue, Dublin, Ireland Skype maggiealjo@gmail.com

SKILLS Organization Critical thinking Decision making Problem solving Time management Team player Deadline discipline

LANGUAGES English - Native Arabic - Native French - Basic

DESIGN PROGRAMS Auto-CAD Adobe Photoshop Adobe InDesign Adobe Illustrator Adobe Premier Pro Sketch Up 4

REFERENCES University College of Dublin Landscape Architecture Head of Department

EDUCATION University College of London Msc Urban Design & City Planning

| Sept 2018 - Sept 2019

University College of Dublin Bsc Landscape Architecture

| Sept 2013 - May 2018

Dublin Institute of Technology Bsc General Engineering

| Sept 2012 - May 2013

Institute of Education Leaving Certificate

| Sept 2011 - June 2012

ACHIEVEMENTS LE:NOTRE Competition ‘Envisioning the Eco Island of Gozo 2050’ Receiving an Honourable Mention

| 2017/ 2018

EU Cross Boarder Network’s Freedom Bus Project: Exhibiting work titled ‘Conflict’ in Thermen Am Viehmarkt, Trier

| Summer of 2016

G&T Crampton Engineering Competition

| 2015 & 2016

Landscape Architecture Society: Senior Student Adviser President Secretary Treasurer

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UCD Student Ambassador

| 2015 & 2018

Student Representative

| 2013 & 2014 (3 semesters )

2017/ 2018 2016/ 2017 2015/ 2016 2014/ 2015

karen.foley@ucd.ie +353 1 7163246

Michael Heurich University College of Dublin Landscape Architecture Program Coordinator michael.heurich@ucd.ie +353 1 7163245

WORK EXPERIENCE AIT Urbanism & Landscape Graduate Landscape Architect

| Summer 2018

• Logo design for all completed and on going projects done by AIT for brochures and new website. • On site analysis, desktop research and the compilation of stage one documentation to be distributed to all involved design teams. • The production of an analytical and initial concept film for a new public park to be exhibited at public consultations. The film will also be the base for the final project design and will be available for additions from all other design teams. • The preparation of packages for residential, mixed use and public space projects. • Responsible for the completion of drawings including conceptual, construction and the rendering of official documents. Kells Bay Gardens, Co.Kerry Plant Nursery Maintenance & Sales • • • •

| Summer 2014

Maintanace of Woodland trials Caring for new plant arrivals, repotting, general plant nursery duties. Observing and reporting and tagging plant health on main hiking trials. Advising on plant selections, locating & tagging plants on customer requests.

Nespresso Duke St Boutique Gallagher’s Bistro The River Bar Fitzers Catering Ltd

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April 2017 - September 2017 July 2015 - December 2015 May 2015 - July 2015 December 2014 - May 2015


UNIVERSITY MODULES

UNIVERSITY MODULES

Undergraduate Degree Subject: BSc Landscape Architcture

University College Dublin, Ireland

Postgraduate Degree Subject: MSc Urban Design & City Planning

First Year Modules

Third Year Modules

Term I Modules

Core Studio

Core Studio

• Landscape Design Studio I • Landscape Design Studio II

• Landscape Design Studio V • Landscape Design Studio VI

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Core Module

Core Module

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• Diversity of Plant Form & Function • Reclamation of Marginal and Damaged Land • History & Theory of the Designed Environment IV Architecture, Urban and Landscape • Landscape Ecology • Rural & Landscape Planning

Intro archaeology of Ireland Into Practice Cell and Plant Biology History of Planning Land Use and the Environment History & Theory of the Designed Environment I Perspectives on Architecture

Elective Module • Project Management

Second Year Modules Core Studio • Landscape Design Studio III • Landscape Design Studio IV

Core Module • • • •

Soil Resources Fluvial Geomorphology Landscape Materials & Construction History & Theory of the Designed Environment III Survey Course 2 • Landscape Trees and Shrubs

Elective Module • Gender and the Economy

University College London, UK

Design and Real Estate City Planning Urban Design: Place Making Urban Design: Layout, Density and Typology

Term II Modules • • • •

Critical Debates in Urban Design Collaborative City Planning Strategies Sustainable Futures by Design Urban Design: Design Guidance, Incentive and Control

Elective Module

Term III Modules

• Site Specific Design I

• Dissertation in Planning

Fourth Year Modules: Core Studio • Landscape Design Studio VII • Landscape Design Studio VIII

Core Module • • • • • •

Landscape Research 1 Environmental Assessment EIA/SEA Placemaking: Urban and Rural Design Planning, Society and Diversity Rural and Landscape Planning Professional Practice Business and Planning Law

Elective Module • Site Specific Design II

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ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES Improving Water Quality Stabilizing Slopes Prevent Soil Erosion

NATIVE SEED Future Plantation Roadside Planting Horticulture

LARC Studio VII | The NeighbourWood The two key issues addressed in this project are that of the current housing crisis in Ireland and the major issue of deforestiation. The design touches upon concepts in architcture, landscape architcture, planning and horticulture. The site layout concentrate on both, the restriction of certain view ports whilst maintaing the long country views.

ATMOSPHERIC CLEAN UP Sink For Carbon Co2 Conversion

BIODIVERSITY RESERVOIR Recreation Relaxation Spiritual Renewal

BEAUTY Plant Life Breeding Birds Invertebrates

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Ranges of Dwelling Units

Full Double Unit

Full Single Unit

One Floor Unit

360 M2 Living Space

180 M2 Living Space

90 M 2 Living Space

250 M2 Private Garden Space

125 M2 Private Garden Space

45/65 M 2 Communal Garden Space

0 - 6 Max Parking Spaces

2 Max Parking Spaces 2 Potential Guest Spaces

1 Max Parking Spaces 2 Potential Guest Spaces

51 Dwellings On Site

102 Dwellings On Site

24 Dwellings On Site

SECTION A _ 1:500

Or Any Variation Between

Foundation & Slope Study

SECTION B _ 1:250

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LARC Studio VIII | Resettlement of Displaced People in a Metropolis Setting: Berlin, Germany The aim of this thesis to investigate and create a viable solution for the resettlement of displaced people in berlin. The site itself aims to include residential, community and commercial spaces both indoors and out. These spaces should encourage community growth and integration. Patterns play a key role in the more detailed design of the site. The study was achieved through the investigation of urban patterns in the local area, the extensive study of Islamic geometric patterns and which of the newly proposed Islamic patterns would seamlessly fit into the existing quincunx pattern but also creates a distinct and different design layout. The 5 fold geometric pattern chosen for the sites mega pattern can be seen more clearly through the detailed design of one courtyard.

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Site division plan

Rhythm of movement

3D Analytical modeling

Site division plan

Successful Site Layout Site division plan

Rhythm of movement & Space creation

3D Analytical modeling

Sectional analysis

Buildings created through the progression of the existing urban fabric

Relationship between the soft-scape and hardscapes, buildings are considered part of the hardscape. The building structures create the hierarchy of spaces through the hard boundaries and various floor heights The creation of private, semi private spaces and public spaces.

Rhythm of movement

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Merging Of Quincunx & Islamic Geometric Pattern

Site Programme

Potential Unit Breakdown

Three Story Block:

RESIDENTIAL SITE CAPACITY: 580 - 940 DWELLERS

Number of residents per 3 story block: 9 - 15

Community Block

Total floor area: 381m2 Number of buildings on site: 20 Potential Breakdown:

Amalgamation of the planting schemes of both patterns

3 x 3 bedroom apartments 6 x 1 bedroom apartments 9 x studio apartments

Two Story Block:

Total floor area: 562m2

Number of residents per 2 story building: 10-16

Number of buildings on site: 21

Total floor area: 400m2 Number of buildings on site: 40 Potential Breakdown

Proposed planting arrangement on the new 5 fold star pattern

Planting arrangement on the existing quincunx pattern

Proposed amalgamation of existing and proposed geometric patterns

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2 x 4 bedroom house 4 x 3 bedroom apartments 8 x 1 bedroom apartments 10 x studio apartments

Main entrance: Mail/ guest area: Mess hall: Kids rooms: Kitchen: Living room: Laundry room: Multifunctional room: Gym area: Multi storage:

14m2 9m2 90m2 55m2 28m2 20m2 14m2 38m2 23m2 35m2

Total:

329m2

Other uses:

233m2


Courtyard Facade Design

5 Fold Geometeric Pattern Courtyard Design

BUILDING 2_A

BUILDING 3

BUILDING 2_B

Residential buildings

Residential buildings

Residential buildings

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Emergency and maintenance access to courtyard and courtyard buildings

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Changes in vegetation textures in order to mimic the 6 fold pattern on the ground level

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Changes in ground surface textures in order to mimic the 6 fold pattern on the ground level

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Maximum rise of 500mm creating obstacles for users

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Scattered single trees mimicking the planting pattern of islamic courtyards

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Community break out areas leading from the shared common spaces and kitchens

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Informal pathways leading to the break out space from the main route through the courtyard

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Thrushold area on entering the courtyard from the public spaces

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Enclosed entryway into the semi public courtyard from the boulevard

Building 1 Facade

Wall water feature green/glass split design

Building 2_A

Building 2_B Facade

green wall design with window pockets to maximize exposure to natural light

Complete green wall design

Building 3 Facade

Stone skin with pockets of vegetation

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9 Some of the building 1 spaces can be used for commercial activity, office spaces or pop up projects by the residing community and Surrounding communities

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BUILDING 1 Community shared buildings with shared kitchens, play spaces, workshops, etc.

OUTDOOR LIGHTING BINS

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Wandle Valley Landscape Features Green Spaces River Wandle

CROYDON

Wandle Trail Hive Ranges 1 km radius optimal bee flight range

WANDLE PARK

3 km radius maxiumum bee flight range

CROYDON CEMETERY

Locations

WADDON PONDS

contextual surrouding areas BeeLief Bee hive locations

Sustainable Futures by Design | BEELIEF Beelief is an instillation project combating the growing issue of bee loss in cities. The site of the instillations, Wandle Valley, located on the northern side of London's River Thames.

BALHAM

BATTERSEA

MILL GREEN

CLAPHAM JUNCTION

MITCHAM

COLLIER’S WOOD WANDSWORTH

ST GEORGE’S PARK

MORDEN HALL PARK

POULTER PARK

WALLINGTON CARSHALTON PONDS CARSHALTON

LAMBETH CEMETERY

MORDEN PUTNEY

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WATERMEADS NATURE RESERVE

TOOTING

The instillations incorporate the existing bee hive mechanism making bee keeping accessible to communities with the site specific design of pollen inspired bee hives. The Beelief hives are conveniently sized and are located in open green spaces, community grounds and urban farms.

MITCHAM COMMONBEDDINGTON FARMLANDS BEDDINGTON PARK NATURE RESERVE

WIMBLEDON

ROSEHILL

SUTTON


Community Cooperative Model

The Beelief Hive Mechanism

Bees for collective consciousness & benefits

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C L I M AT E C H A N G E COLONY COLLAPSE DISORDER

Economic Benefits

Bee keepers

Community Markets

Volunteers Charity Organisations

Local Entrepreneur Up skilling Schemes

Community Benefits

Revitalising Wandle Valley surrounding urban fabric

Create skilled workforce (physical management, administration, marketing, etc.) Using and optimising resources found in Wandle Valley

Glass hive structure contains gaps to allow bees in and out of the hive but also allows clear few of the bees for subversion of the hive

Harvesting/ Community Events Education Workshops

LACK OF GENETIC DIVERSITY Locally employing for new market

Inspired By The Structure Of Pollin

Financial gains are re-invested in community initiatives & infrastructure

The inner section of the hive contains the honey comb frames that house the honey and the bees!

The honeycomb frames consist of the partly formed honeycomb cells which are completed by the bees with bees wax.

The leave strcuture is home to the honey release mechanism and funnel to harvest the honey

Bringing new business & trade tradition to Wandle Valley

A simple mechanism allows the beekeepers to rotate the tool to split the honeycomb cells in such a way to allow the honey to flow down to the funnelling area and collected.

Stalk structure in place to anchor the hive

1/3 UK BEES HAVE DISAPPEARED IN THE LAST DECADE

L O S S O F H A B I TAT

Daily Management

The are several openings within the larger glass hive to allow bees to access the honeycomb frames and also to allow the for the collection of honey. The glass structure can also be removed, opened, emptied and cleaned if needed.

The Beelief Hive

Havelock Road Allotments

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UD: Layout, Density and Typology | Green-breaking Holloway Taking forward the analysis, we have come up with our overall strategy “Green-breaking Holloway” based on three principles - Community, Permeability and Sustainability with a series of objectives, which will be addressed throughout our proposal. This is a project for a residential-led redevelopment at the former site of Holloway Prison. It will make a significant contribution to the local community and environment, with a particular focus on affordable housing and social facilities. Recalling the vision “To create a community green hub promoting relationships between locals and residents through green infrastructure.”, we have come up with a masterplan that offers diversity of green infrastrucutre, which creates different character areas.There are four main zones in the development, linked by the Linear Active Zone and surrounded by the Green Calming Trail. Our aim is to provide space that caters different users, promote community interaction and well-being.

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Concept Evolution

This proposal will achieve the vision through....

Variety of Functions

Site Program

Frontage entrance Residents entrance

C Knitting in the surrounding fabric using green spaces.

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1:10000 Non-residential Housing space standard from HATC Ltd (2006) Family housing 8people 128 m 2

Creating community focal points linking the existing community facilities

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Affordable housing

2people 44 m2

Private housing

4people 80 m2

HOUSING DIVISION Family housing Affordable housing Private housing Total

NUMBER OF UNITS 75 325 216 616

PERCENTAGE 12% 53% 35% 100%

Housing Division Frontage entrance Residents entrance

Establishing clear vertical and linear connection, with introduction of North and South entrances.

Connecting the two main commercial corridors with introduction of local shops and businesses on-site.

A. Linear Active Zone: B. Green Calming Trail:

A linear space with variety facilities that allows different activities. A walking trail that promotes tranquility and relaxation.

C. Sustainable Quarter:

An area that function as a sustainable system with the energy centre and offers opportunities for the community to interact.

D. Family Quarter:

An area with family housing and a play space in the centre, which serves the need for the entire surrounding. Areas with higher enclosure, although fostering community interaction.

E. Residential Zones: F. Community Hub:

A focal point for community facilities, which allows collaboration between the community groups, employment hubs and retail.

1:10000

FUNCTION Community use Retail Nursery Housing

1:10000

AREA (sqm) 2890.9 3044 128 38704.2

FUNCTION/UNITS (sqm) 4.7 4.9 0.2 62.8

Residential Retails Community Nursery

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ARRANDENE OPEN SPACE MILL HILL SCHOOL PARK

LYNDHURST PARK

WOODCROFT PARK

CHASE LODGE PLAYING FIELD

WATLING PARK

ALLIANZ PARK GRAHAME PARK SILKSTREAM PARK

PLAYING FIELDS

UD: Design Guidance, Incentive and Control | The Colindale AAP Report MONTROSE PARK

The strategy for Colindale aims to connect it beyond its proposed boundary - having it reach out to its surrounding neighbourhoods and consequently to the Borough of Brent. These connections are emphasized through a green network that links various parks. In addition, there are proposed development sites along this network that will cater for it, as well as Colindale as a whole. Those sites are also along Colindale Avenue, which will become the area’s new high street.

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Our vision proposes an extension of the area of growth beyond the initially proposed AAP, in order to realize Colindale’s full potential as an Opportunity Area within greater London. We recognise the importance of the diverse existing communities and local amenities along with the anticipation of upcoming new communities. Development will advance in strategically centered pockets along a green network, which connects to the Green Belt, to sustain and support their growth. We aim to guide development to include necessary affordable amenities, as well as engage the local population in the economic growth of Colindale.

HENDON GULF CLUB

PLAYING FIELDS

COLINDALE ALLOTMENTS MIDDLESEX UNIVERSITY

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ROE PARK GYM Green Space Network Development Site Under Construction Site


Objectives

Connecting Colindale

Amenities Health Services

Primary Education

Higher Education

UNIVERSITY OF LONDON OBSERVATORY

Catering for Communities - Including Local Businesses - Providing Social Infrastructure - Promoting Diverse Communities - Community Participation Framework - Making Services Available

LYNDHURST PARK EDGWARE BIRTH CENTRE

WOODCROFT PARK

Colindale Connecting Colindale

Cultural Facilities

Recreational Facilities

TOWARDS A NEW COLINDALE

- To Surrounding Areas - Through Green Network - Through Improved Public Spaces

Burnt Oak

Mill Hill

Colindale

Hendon

BMI HENDON HOSPITAL

- Focusing Economic Investment - Fostering a District Neighbourhood Centre - Providing Platforms for Local Businesses

- Providing Safer Routes - Improving Traffic Flow - Prioritising Multi-Modal Transport - Integrating with Surrounding Context

MONTROSE PARK

Borough of Brent

West Hendon Borough of Barnet

COLINDALE SUNNY HILL PARK

KINGSBURY HIGH SCHOOL

MIDDLESEX UNIVERSITY ETON GROVE OPEN SPACE

- Affordable Housing - Affordable Transport - Affordable Retail

Design Guidance

Fryent

MILL HILL PARK

WATLING PARK

Providing Affordable Living Queensbury

GRAHAME PARK

Colindale Avenue becomes High Street

Enhancing Transport Modes Hale

SILKSTREAM PARK

COLINDALE PARK THE GROVE

ROE GREEN PARK

RUSHGROVE PARK

- Ensuring Cohesive Architectural Style - Strategic Allocation for Building Heights - Implementing Landscape Architecture Guidelines

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Breakdown of the London Plan

Defining town centre/high street boundary & categorising of side street uses

Ignoring the possibility of unwanted uses (E.g. chicken shops) being key gathering spaces for locals

Active Healthy Intensifying Frontages Environment Use

The study was conducted through analysing green lanes through several lenses. the high street was studied as a workplace, a space for cultural exchange, an economic street, social and community place and as a gathering space. these multifaceted approach was chosen to create a more holistic image of the high street with several perspectives.

Micro Climates Access To Amenities

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Support Effective Sus. Infr.

Sustainable Infrastructure

LONDON

Inclusive Neighbour hood

Housing

PLAN

Need for policies governing standards of nursing homes & meeting needs of the elderlies

Affordability

Social Infr.

Green Infrastructure

Green In Built Env.

Heritage & Culture

Biodiversity

Overlooking small scale soft landscaping, policies mainly guiding large scale proposals

Inclusive

Economy

Easily Accessible Cross Boundary

High-quality Landscaping Cultural Facilities

Acknowledgment needed for cultural exchange taking place outside of typical venues

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Policies focus on new developments, overlooking possible design improvements of existing High streets

Safe & Secure

Design

Transport

Mobile Digital Infr.

High street can provide diverse opportunity for spaces of cultural exchange

Activity

Spatial Dev. Patterns

Planning London’s Future

Servicing Sustainable Transport Modes

The document produced looked at Green Lanes in Palmers Green, and the impacts which the London Plan is likely to have on different aspects of its functioning. Through this, it aims to provide a contribution to existing knowledge on high streets and the methods used to understand them.

Street furniture design proposals don’t take specific age demographics into consideration

Travel Plans

More guidance needed for cycle lane needed for cycle lane

Collaborative City Planning Strategies | Green Lanes: Palmers Green

Inclusive Town Centre

Overlooking the relationship between cycle lanes & the public realm

Night-time Cultural Economy Diversification Affordable Value Workspace

Vision and coordinated incentives needed to promote a diverse night time economy

Cultural value of night time economies are categorise as adult uses only, disregard other users

Identify Future Req.

Narrow night time economy definition

Physical accessibility of all new facilities (including step free), for all potential users

Presenting that physical building determines quality and inclusion, ignoring social agency.


Green Lanes Methodology

Green Lanes as:

London Plan

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10 Chapters

1+2 3+4 5+6 7+8 9+10

Just Space Response to London Plan

Screening Out of Policies with Little Relevance to Site Boundary

Further Screening of Policies Through Several Other Comparisons

Final Selection of Policies Relevant to Palmers Green High Street Gathering Space

Workspace

Cultural Exhange

Affordable Retail Option

Community and Social Infrastructure

Anticipation of What Impact Policies will Have on the Future Development Trajectory of Palmers Green

Social Impact Assessment of Relevant London Plan Policies on Palmers Green

Cultural Exchange: Exchange of ideas, traditions, styles and more occurs across the Green Lanes. Whilst this is not always obvious, many social interactions on the high street may have some aspect of cultural exchange.

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Affordable Retail: Acknowledging that ‘affordable’ means different things for different people, Green Lanes nonetheless supplies a selection of price ranges for the majority of items and services.

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Only businesses open after 20:00 have been shown

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Social and Community Infrastructure: Crucial community spaces come in many forms along the high street, and one often overlooked piece of social infrastructure is the day to day local businesses that operate, usually having a sense of familiarity with the community. Gathering Space: Spaces where people congregate also reach beyond those designed for that purpose. As well as the street itself, many also choose to gather within the businesses lining Green Lanes.

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Local Cafe/Restaurant Chain Cafe/Restaurant Chain Supermarket/Grocery Local Supermarket/Grocery Betting Shop

My Time Tea Aksular Restaurant Alfred Herring Pub KFC Domino’s Unikat-2 Restaurant Khin Lee Chinese Hayaty Shisha Swirliz Morrisons Papa John’s Food of Peking Sainsbury’s Hilltop Off Licence Pizza Hut Solo Doro S T Food and Wine Subway Rimini Real Peri Peri Alasia Family Market Marina The Greek Betfred FUFU Chinese Restaurant Co-operative Sushi Inn McDonald’s BBQ Express Gossip Ladbrokes William Hill Baran Green’s Caffe George’s Fish Bar Aksular Restaurant Gaziantep Sultan Patisserie Paddy Power

Screening out of Policies with Little Relevance to Site Boundary

Time of Day (Saturday)

Each Member Reviewed Two Chapters

Workplace: The livelihoods of many rely on the businesses in Palmers Green, with a diverse range of jobs found along the stretch of Green Lanes. There is also a rich variety of spaces within which this work takes place.

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Avant-garde solar technology Gozo E Bikes E Bus Station EV Charging Point Microgrid Cactus Farm Ferry Walking/Cycling Tunnel

Le: Notre International Competition | Eco-educational Tourism: Gozo The primary focus for this beautiful island aspires to protect and contribute to its future role as an ecological gem within the Mediterranean region. Each landscape intervention was chosen, researched, and designed to address Climate Change, Biodiversity loss, Eco tourism and Agricultural production through a comprehensive three-pronged approach. Promoting eco-tourism through the agricultural production of the native Opuntia vulgaris presents Gozo with the opportunity to prevent biodiversity loss. This tenacious Maltase native requires little water, prevents soil erosion, creates wind barriers, and produces animal fodder. The proposed cacti farms include an eco-educational interpretive centre on the site of the San Lawrenz quarry. Promoting eco-educational tourism with a spectacular immersive experience while creating renewed economic benefit to the west side of the island following the loss of the Azure window.

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Tunnel 14 min Comino 16 min Bridge 7 min

Crossing Times from Malta to Gozo

7 min 8 min 3.5 min


Cacti Farm Process Kappella Sant’ Anna Boat Houses Pier Walking Trail Gently Sloping Trail Steps Pedestrian Bridge Solar Road Start of Trail Market Stalls

Microgrid Pedestrian access Eco-Educational Interpreter Centre Cacti Processing Plant Viewing Platform Carpark Vehicular Entrance Plant Drop Off Zone Cacti farm Farmland Ravine Scrubland Area for further Cacti Farming

Mediterranean Sea Azure Window Remains Boardwalk Blue Hole Corals Carpark Inland Sea

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GENERAL CONTACTS

IRL CONTACTS

Email

Address

Templeogue, Dublin, Ireland

Phone No.

+353 838 918 747

maggiealjo@gmail.com

UK CONTACTS Address

St. Johns Wood, London, England

Phone No.

+44 7513 509 283

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