Breaching Barriers

Like countless other places on the urban periphery, Milton has been forgotten for too long, and continues to suffer today from decisions made by planners more than half a century ago.

In this booklet, we synthesis analysis done in the first phase of this projectto identify key areas of action for Milton (Chapter 1). We then formulate a strategy for addressing them (Chapter 2). Finally, we produce a concept plan which maps in detail proposed changes to densities, centres, streets and transport, zooming out to a wider study area (Chapter 3).

This whole booklet is a case study for the failed urban periphery. Lessons learned can be applicable to similar places.

Martina Verenesi, Poppea Daniel, Tea Tvrdeic, Luca Tucci, Yaz Elawad, Taina Lund-Ricard