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Title: The Establishment of Urban Open Spaces to meet User needs:
Other Titles: A Comparative Case Study of Two Neighbourhood Parks in Abuja, Nigeria
Authors: Akubueze, Nnamdi

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Keywords: Neighbourhood Parks
Park Planning
Abuja
Open Space
Park Users
Issue Date: 28-Apr-2013
Abstract: This report compares two neighbourhood parks in Abuja, Nigeria through an analysis of their use and design characteristics. The study seeks to determine which of the two parks is more attractive to users while providing an insight into the way parks and open spaces are used by the residents of Abuja. The research will also proffer recommendations on what planning and design features should be added to both parks to make them even more attractive to users.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1974/7966
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