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The Lancashire Community Rail & Energy Cooperative

Part 2 Project 2017
Jordie Bokor
Sheffield Hallam University, UK
Lancashire faces many threats: economic decline, the isolation of communities and a controversial fracking proposal. Through politically engaged architecture, the Lancashire Rail and Energy Cooperative seeks to respond to these issues with collectively organised alternative energy and transport networks of new community owned railway stations, tidal energy production and social housing -building on existing unique opportunities to provide the area with greater resilience when faced with an uncertain future.
Jordie Bokor


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