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Canklow community engagement - Rotherham

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  • The Canklow regeneration plan was unique in its involvement of local residents throughout the entire process rather than the use of consultation as an early stage ideas generator.  Photo by Leo Care/BDR

    The Canklow regeneration plan was unique in its involvement of local residents throughout the entire process rather than the use of consultation as an early stage ideas generator. Photo by Leo Care/BDR

    Simple architectural techniques were including rough model and montage making sessions where used in workshops. Photo by Leo Care/BDR

    Simple architectural techniques were including rough model and montage making sessions where used in workshops. Photo by Leo Care/BDR

    Residents highlighted problems and solutions during workshop sessions. Photo by Leo Care/BDR

    Residents highlighted problems and solutions during workshop sessions. Photo by Leo Care/BDR

  • rResident’s learnt to articulate their concerns, ideas and aspirations during a series of design courses.  Photo by Leo Care/BDR

    rResident’s learnt to articulate their concerns, ideas and aspirations during a series of design courses. Photo by Leo Care/BDR

    A large proportion of residents invovled in the process where women with long children - who were concerned about the future. Phot by Leo Care/BDR

    A large proportion of residents invovled in the process where women with long children - who were concerned about the future. Phot by Leo Care/BDR

    Canklow is a small semi-rural suburban settlement that forms the gateway from the M1 to Rotherham. Photo by Sarah Considine

    Canklow is a small semi-rural suburban settlement that forms the gateway from the M1 to Rotherham. Photo by Sarah Considine

  • Since the decline of the steel industry in South Yorkshire, communities like Canklow have been left vulnerable, experiencing vast unemployment, fraught communities and demolition. Photo by Sarah Considine

    Since the decline of the steel industry in South Yorkshire, communities like Canklow have been left vulnerable, experiencing vast unemployment, fraught communities and demolition. Photo by Sarah Considine

    The settlement largely comprises of inter-war, low-rise housing and light industrial warehouses and is distinctive by its overlooking topography. Photo by Sarah Considine

    The settlement largely comprises of inter-war, low-rise housing and light industrial warehouses and is distinctive by its overlooking topography. Photo by Sarah Considine

    In 2004, sensing a climate of defeat by local authorities, Canklow’s residents took matters into their own hands – initiating a community led planning process that continued for 4 year. Photo by Sarah Considine

    In 2004, sensing a climate of defeat by local authorities, Canklow’s residents took matters into their own hands – initiating a community led planning process that continued for 4 year. Photo by Sarah Considine

  • The outcome of this project was only in part the formation of a master plan that could be passed on to local authorities in order to inform future development. Photo by Leo Care/BDR

    The outcome of this project was only in part the formation of a master plan that could be passed on to local authorities in order to inform future development. Photo by Leo Care/BDR

    BDR’s multi-disciplinary approach resulted in the use of a wide number of consultation techniques which lead to consultation on a number of levels ranging from the large-scale and conceptual to the small-scale and specific. Photo by Leo Care/BDR

    BDR’s multi-disciplinary approach resulted in the use of a wide number of consultation techniques which lead to consultation on a number of levels ranging from the large-scale and conceptual to the small-scale and specific. Photo by Leo Care/BDR