In a post covid world, there is renewed interest in providing public space that rethinks collective care and human vulnerability, through enabling equitable support for all our neuro- and bio-diversity.
Co designing and inclusive engagement with local and under-represented communities, disabled and non-disabled young people, creative organisations and artists is vital to inform how diverse people experience and interact with publicly accessible spaces. By implementing alternative ways of working that are inclusive from the start, alongside sustainability, we can deliver positive changes and create places that are inviting to all.
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Temple Bar London, First Floor, Paternoster Lodge, 2 Paternoster Square, EC4 7DX
Temple Bar London is accessed via Paternoster Lodge which also houses the public toilets for Paternoster Square. Temple Bar forms the dramatic entrance to Paternoster Square and St Paul's Cathedral.
Nearest station: Farringdon Tube, Farringdon National Rail
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