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Clarence Oxendine PLAN 761: Community Development Workshop Professor La Barbara James Wigfall Kansas State University Spring 2006. Site Program. Limit Activity on the Site for Privacy Beautify Area Provide Barrier from Railroad Tracks Low Maintenance. Design Solutions.

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Clarence Oxendine

PLAN 761: Community Development Workshop

Professor La Barbara James Wigfall

Kansas State University

Spring 2006


Site program
Site Program

  • Limit Activity on the Site for Privacy

  • Beautify Area

  • Provide Barrier from Railroad Tracks

  • Low Maintenance


Design solutions
Design Solutions

  • Provide Natural Barrier to Prohibit Activity behind Residential Units

  • Provide Natural Buffer along Railroad Track to Block Views and Reduce Sound Pollution

  • Provide Ornamental Streetscape to add AestheticValue to site

  • Promote awareness of site’s history


Natural area buffer
Natural Area/Buffer

  • Buffer consisting of natural and dense vegetation would prohibit access to areas near housing units

  • Plant Palette would include species that help purify and restore the soil to it’s original properties

  • Buffer would require low maintenance


Railroad buffer
Railroad Buffer

  • Use of Large Trees along Railroad Tracks would block view of Trains and provide a sound barrier to reduce noise

  • Tree Buffer would include under story vegetation and dense shrub border to prevent access to tracks for safety reasons

  • Requires low maintenance


Street trees
Street Trees

  • Use of Ornamental Trees along street would enhance aesthetic value of site

  • Provides a positive experience for people driving by site

  • Increases value to surrounding context

  • Adds another layer of vegetation from Railroad Track


Site use
Site Use

  • Green Lawn could be used for short-term recreation and/or future development

  • Area may be established for educational use such a plaque or informational kiosk about site’s history and redevelopment stages


Program
Program

  • Limit Activity on the Site for privacy

  • Provide Barrier from Railroad Tracks

  • Low Maintenance

  • Beautify Area


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