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  • 1. Ambedkar statue near the entrance of the settlement – Many children identified positively with the statue and said that it was important to have one in their new housing as well.
  • 2. Temple near the entrance of the settlement - The space at the base of the tree is used by the elderly to sit and chat and rest. Children also play here during the day.
  • 3. Narrow streets between homes become congested and contested spaces with household chores like washing, bathing, cooking, children’s play etc spilling over
  • 4. Streets in-between houses
  • 5. Young children play on the streets
  • 6. In some areas of the settlement streets are less congested and space outside the house is highly valued
  • 7. Small spaces in front of homes – Young children usually play in these areas
  • 8. Small shops within the settlement are used by residents on a daily basis and considered important
  • 9. Temples within the settlement are visited regularly and the space outside is considered valuable space for socializing, children’s play
  • 10. Common toilet block – These are pay toilets managed privately. Residents complain that they are not well maintained