Group 20
SUB-URBAN BROOKS

A new restoration strategy is vitally important for Bury Bolton Canal to unlock potential contribution to the economic, social, and environmental wellbeing of regions, districts, communities, and individuals; along with protecting these valuable assets for the benefit of current and future generations. Our Agenda is restoration and maintenance of the 5 miles of Bury Bolton Canal with a focus on methods of engagement and consultation with local communities. We collaborate with the local networks to figure out the needs of the local community and priorities our purposes upon how they want to improve their local environments. Therefore, we aim to enhance the sense of belonging and community by providing suitable facilities and services.

Alexander John W / Zaiba IM

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Our first day of MSA Live started by giving an introductory presentation to the project to BA1 and BA2 students. As a ground we researched and discussed important historical timeline landmarks. The morning session ended by producing sketches of the canal and its industrial heritage.
In the afternoon session, we looked at our online survey feedbacks. Based on this we did a brainstorming session of what the nearby community’s expectation of the canal. The day was winded up by making a map of our thoughts and ideas of the project.
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