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Title: PLANNING SENIOR-FRIENDLY NEIGHBOURHOODS: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF JAMES BAY AND FERNWOOD, VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA
Authors: Bendle, Johannes

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Keywords: Senior
Senior-friendly
Planning
Victoria
James Bay
Fernwood
Neighbourhood
Issue Date: 30-May-2012
Abstract: This report provides an analysis of the senior-friendliness of the neighbourhoods of James Bay and Fernwood in Victoria, British Columbia. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the senior-friendliness of James Bay and Fernwood in order to understand what aspects of these neighbourhoods are senior-friendly and what aspects require improvement. This is accomplished by utilizing evaluation criteria that cover various areas of seniors’ lives. The report concludes that James Bay is more senior-friendly than Fernwood and provides recommendations to improve the senior-friendliness of each neighbourhood.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1974/7222
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