Notions on Community, Locality and Changing Space in the Dublin Docklands

@inproceedings{Wonneberger2008NotionsOC,
  title={Notions on Community, Locality and Changing Space in the Dublin Docklands},
  author={Astrid Wonneberger},
  year={2008}
}
Dublin’s Docklands have undergone significant changes since the beginning of regeneration in the late 1980s. New apartments and offices have taken the place of former warehouses, dock-related industrial sites, coal and timber yards. Today, the renovated “campshires” (the land between the river and the road), characterised by thriving dock activities in the past, invite tourists, office workers and local residents for walks and coffee breaks. The population of the area has increased by 11.8… CONTINUE READING

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