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Take a look around most town centres and the same problem will be all-too-readily apparent. Pavements constructed for pedestrians are cluttered with street furniture, installed by different utilities without any (immediately) apparent regard fot its effect on the space. Too often, cheapness and speed of installation are the overriding concerns.
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