Public Realm: 24 hours in the life of Coney Street

How can businesses and other stakeholders revitalise and diversify daily life on Coney Street, drawing inspiration from its rich history?
Thursday 12th May 2022, 2pm - 4pm King's Manor
A black and gold clock is attached to the side of a stone-built church.


Various activities have shared Coney Street for centuries. Today it's 7am deliveries, daytime shoppers, and weekend nightlife. By targeting particular times of day, we will highlight the diverse uses of Coney Street.

This workshop will ask the important question: how should we manage the public realm of Coney Street, in light of its mixed usage?

Through encouraging an understanding of the many uses and users of Coney Street, we hope there will rich and thought-provoking discussion and ideas around the future of the street. Included is a visit to the street to bring the research to life!

This workshop is part of the Streetlife Project, working in conjunction with York Civic Trust. The Streetlife project is funded by the UK Government through the UK Community Renewal Fund.

Booking information

The workshop is free to attend. Register using the button below.


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