Docklands Convivial Garden & Food Hub – Abstract

This case study produced two shop fronts and a garden space as project outputs. These places provided a hub for people to connect (both residents and the large influx of workers commuting daily to the Docklands). These spaces were also used as an office; a shop and a community contact point.
Programs were run from the office and gardens spaces. These were a significant element to activate the community, commerce and cultural activities. These programs included a market, food box program and sustainable lifestyle workshops. A volunteer program was created with two large commercial banks to facilitate sustainability of the future of the garden. (Sustainable Everyday & Urban Reforestation)