Guerrilla gardens: what happens when communities take over council land

Juliana ORourke
06 June 2014
 

A number of councils who are working with local communities to give these spaces a new lease of life. Partnerships between councils and communities can help give unused pieces of land real value and help cut council maintenance costs. A community orchard in Birmingham is just one example of how public land can be used to bring a variety of activities to an area...

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