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Flowerpots not bollards: residents reclaim streets in corner of Haringey
by Peter Walker
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4 July 2012
On 4 July 2012 The Guardian reported:
As a regeneration policy it sounds almost too good to be true: an inner-city revamp that not only tempers traffic speeds and makes streets more pleasant but gives local people a stake in their community -- and even alleviates loneliness. And all for a remarkably low price. That is the promised result of a two-year project in one of north London's more mixed neighbourhoods, Turnpike Lane -- a scheme that its creators hope could transform urban planning around the country.
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