Wednesday 10 May 2017
A year after construction, the pioneering development is considered an overall success, according to QED’s director, Ross Gilbert, “Generally things are very positive. The scheme has been well-received within the local community and satisfaction amongst residents is high.” Additionally, the director points out that the program is much more than putting a roof over someone’s head, “A food growing initiative is well under way and will continue into 2016. In September, we held the first pick-and-eat event, which was attended by 11 residents who clearly enjoyed the chance to gather in a different social situation.”The project continues to grow as nine more containers are currently being installed as office space and community facilities.
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