School student Sofia needs our help.

King's Cross, London: how developers are constructing a community |  Financial Times

My name is Sofia and I go to a nearby state school in Finchley called St Michael’s. I am conducting my A-Level Geography fieldwork looking at the benefits of the regeneration scheme in Kings Cross.

I would really appreciate it if you could send this out to residents of Kings Cross who could help me by completing my survey.

I have studied the process of regeneration in great depth as part of my A-level syllabus. I have chosen Kings Cross as a case study since this is an area I have grown up around. My uncle and aunty both live in Kings Cross and nearby Kentish Town. I knew I would really enjoy discovering the history of the area and how it is continuing to change as a result of contemporary issues such as the coronavirus pandemic.

I remember going on walks in the past with my uncle where he would explain how the area is being regenerated. Being able to study this process in Kings Cross in depth is something really close to my heart. 

Getting this questionnaire out to an audience that could give incredibly useful results would mean the world to me. It will also give me an insight into how Kings Cross has changed and allow me to accurately complete this project to the best of my abilities. 

About Sophie Talbot

Sophie runs a small business designing websites for small businesses and community groups. http://www.cookiewp.com She also manages King's Cross Community Projects http://www.kccp.org.uk
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