Project puts social sustainability into action

Much has been written about the environmental sustainability of the Riverside Park project; however, the building being constructed also serves as an example of social sustainability.
The Riverside park project is a partnership between Bancroft Community Transit (BCT) and Youth in Action, a local group that supports youth run activities. Owned by BCT it will eventually contain a recreational equipment rental shop run by BCT and a canteen to be run by Youth in Action.

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