Urban Eye, London – Pride in Place: Tackling Incivilities Case Study

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Author: Ekosgen Consultants

Year: 2012

Local Environmental Problems And Wellbeing – A Case Study Of Action

 

This case study highlights the work of the Urban Eye group in London.

Urban Eye plans and implements environmental improvements to neglected spaces and have delivered over 40 art-led projects to improve the local environment. The group use bold, large scale art to transform what were once dark and threatening areas into safe, bright, and welcoming places.

This is one of 8 case studies that informed our Pride in Place Policy Summary.


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