Student Dissertation On Pine/Poplar Street SuDS Published

Local student Catherine Brodie has published her dissertation after speaking to local residents last year about the rain gardens on Pine Street and trees on Poplar street. Residents were able to give their views by answering a doorstep survey or completing an online questionnaire. The report is below.

Catherine has the following message for the people who helped;

“The residents of Pine View, Pine Street, Poplar Street, and Elm Street,

Thank you to everyone who contributed invaluable data and your insights onto the amenity value of the area you live in to help we assess the Effectiveness of the Retrofit South Moor SuDS intervention. Your input was instrumental in assessing whether they benefit the area, and this data has been sent to those involved with the interventions and share what overall views are of the interventions and give light to them of the hinderance they may have been to your everyday life. This is part of the overarching research as to how affective the South Moor SuDS fulfil 4 pillars: biodiversity, amenity, reduce water quantity and improve water quality.

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