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The Aldgate Connections study identifies a series of strategic projects that collectively establish two main and a number of subsidiary coherent and legible north south pedestrian routes that increase permeability of the study area for pedestrian and cycling connectivity.

The Aldgate Connections study identifies a series of strategic projects that collectively establish two main and a number of subsidiary coherent and legible north south pedestrian routes that increase permeability of the study area for pedestrian and cycling connectivity.

The increased permeability strategically links the various destinations of mainstream tourist attractions with residential areas and local shops, in doing so establishes routes and creates public space that genuinely supports a diverse constituency.

The increased permeability strategically links the various destinations of mainstream tourist attractions with residential areas and local shops, in doing so establishes routes and creates public space that genuinely supports a diverse constituency.

This is not just a virtuous inclusive intent, but is a functional necessity: The layered approach enhances existing amenities and fabric and bring benefits to the resident and the visitor and the presence of a diverse public ensures overlaps of occupation by different groups throughout the day and week and hence increases safety and counters colonisation by a single group.

This is not just a virtuous inclusive intent, but is a functional necessity: The layered approach enhances existing amenities and fabric and bring benefits to the resident and the visitor and the presence of a diverse public ensures overlaps of occupation by different groups throughout the day and week and hence increases safety and counters colonisation by a single group.

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Aldgate Fringe Connections 2011

Strategy 
Temporary and permanent proposals to street fabric to improve permeability  of pedestrian and cycle routes around Aldgate

Status
Strategy published 2011

Location
From the Tower of London to its Hamlets

Client 
London Borough of Tower Hamlets

Co Authors
JMP, Design for London, Objectif

Library catalogue
Aldgate Connections