In an area as culturally diverse and ethnically mixed as the Cazenove Ward, the creative aspects of the Windus Streets for People scheme have been
Streets For People was made possible withthe backing and support of both Transport for London (TFL) and The London Borough of Hackney
Streets for People Project
1 January 2005 – 1 January 2007
Streets for People Project 2005-2007 – Windus Walk N16
Less a playground and more a walk through a storybook, the Windus Streets for People Project aims to reclaim the urban spaces existing between architecture to create new opportunities for play and leisure.
The project has been an ambitious scheme involving 2 artists, hundreds of residents, 4 contractors, the London borough of Hackney, Transport for London, and a steering group of 10 residents from Cazenove Area Action Group.
The aim was to create a new street environment for the residents of the Cazenove Ward in N16, Hackney. The area had been littered with rubbish, generally neglected and plagued by cars rat-running through the residential streets
In the early stages, artists Neil Taylor and Harriet Murray from Campbell Works
The Streets for People Project