Greening the Rubble | Living Streets Aotearoa Inc

By: Living Streets  06-Dec-2011

The Greening the Rubble project, will be run under the umbrella of Living Streets Aotearoa with grant support from Christchurch City Council. It forms part of a wider initiative to find temporary uses for empty sites across Christchurch, following the damage caused by the Canterbury earthquake on 4 September 2010; collectively known as Make-SHIFT

Rhys Taylor from Living Streets Aotearoa describes Make-SHIFT as “an exciting project to help put some fun and a visual welcome back into the inner city, through temporary public use of vacant spaces.


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