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    Plans for Edible Garden, Nature Play and Cycle Lane for St James’ Linear Park

    Sylvia Ferreira drags a black scooter with one hand along the ground behind her, along James’s Walk.

    On her left is a 200-metre long green space, hilly and lined by a graffitied wall, between Fatima Luas Stop and Basin View.

    There are few places in the local area to play, she says. The green space, which is next to her son’s school, definitely isn’t one of them.

    It’s depressing to walk past, she says, so people don’t linger there. “The litter is a constant thing there.”

    Says Gemma Moore, pushing her baby in a pram: “It’s just dirty.”

    “There’s nothing there. It’s just a waste of space,” she says, briefly glancing at it. “It’s just boring looking.”

    There are several bare trees and bumpy hills. Cans, bin bags and packaging are piled in corners and along a low wall…

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