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Security at the urban spaces is also important so as to ensure that the people feel safe to visit the urban spaces (Melas, et al, 447). It is also important to note that the incidences of insecurity and crime are common in some of the urban spaces. In Toronto, the public spaces are usually maintained so as to attract the visitors. The paper thus discusses the concept of privacy and security of urban spaces in Toronto.
The ability of the members of the public to visit the urban spaces is dependant on the issues of privacy and security. In most of the urban spaces, the levels of privacy are usually quite low. This is due to the high number of people who are usually at the urban space. In some of the instances, it is difficult for the visitors in the urban spaces to make phone calls as there is a low level of privacy. On the other hand, it is also important to note that the low levels of privacy discourage the members of the public to visit the urban spaces. Most of the urban spaces were initially designed for the relaxation of the members of the public without interference. However, the increase in urbanization in most of the towns has seen and increase in the population of urban areas. The population increase has led to a higher number of people visiting the turban spaces and hence lowering the levels of privacy (e Silva & Jordan 13). In some of the urban spaces, the privacy is at times high in particular days at time of day and low in other days of particular time of the day. However, most of the current urban planners are keen on considering the factors that affects the privacy of the urban spaces. However, it is also important to note that most people still visit the urban spaces for the purposes of recreation. The levels of privacy also vary from one urban space to the other.
Security at the urban spaces has become of the main concerns among
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