Access in Woolwich Squares
This research project is about the new public space in the heart of Woolwich.
The aim of the project is to understand if General Gordon Square has
changed the way disabled people in Woolwich live, and to ask whether it has
helped to make Woolwich a more inclusive neighbourhood.
If you have a disability and visit, or avoid, the square, I would like to speak
with you. Taking part in the project will involve being interviewed about living
in Woolwich and about your thoughts and experiences of the new space.
Interviews will be audio recorded and transcribed, and will take place in the
square, in a nearby café, or in a convenient location of your choice.
If you are interested in participating in the project or would like more
information please get in touch with me. A £10 M&S voucher will be given to
interview participants to thank you for your time.
Dr Charlotte Bates
Centre for Urban and Community Research
Goldsmiths, University of London
Tel: 07875 580 265