The Railton Road street furniture Co-Design Panel & community initiative
Commissioned by Lambeth Council, this project was created to capture the rich cultural history of the road. Developed and run by Inuse Reuse and Urban Growth and supported by The Remakery.
How facilitators and experts encouraged a rethinking of the space
How the ethos of reuse, repair, and recycle informed the project
What the community panel did to reimagine the space on Atlantic Rd
The outcome of this project and the effect on the future of this space
About the author
Chloe McFarlane has an extensive background in community engagement, working with various urban regeneration companies and charities over the past 5 years including Fluid & Soundings, Roman Road Trust and Groundwork UK. In addition to this, she recently completed her masters in Interdisciplinary Urban Design from the Bartlett School of Planning at UCL. Her masters research project focused on the evolving social value of the Railton Low Traffic Neighbourhood in Brixton.