Private events in a public park: Contested music festivals and socio-spatial justice in Finsbury Park, London

Smith, A., Osborn, G. and Vodicka, G. 2022. Forthcoming. Private events in a public park: Contested music festivals and socio-spatial justice in Finsbury Park, London. in: Whose Green City? Springer.

Chapter titlePrivate events in a public park: Contested music festivals and socio-spatial justice in Finsbury Park, London
AuthorsSmith, A., Osborn, G. and Vodicka, G.
Abstract

City parks have long been understood as contested spaces. But creeping privatisation and commercialisation in an era of neoliberal austerity have heightened tensions between different user groups, and between local communities and park authorities. This chapter provides an in-depth case study of a contested green space in a global city. Finsbury Park in London opened in 1869 as the people’s park with the aim of improving the living conditions for the working classes. However, it is now a highly commercialised park, regularly hosting private events which are justified by the local authority as necessary to finance the maintenance of the park. Here we focus on the dispute between the local Friends group and Haringey Borough Council over music festivals staged in Finsbury Park. The Friends of Finsbury Park have challenged the legality of these events in the UK courts as they affect the accessibility of public space. Wireless – billed as the UK’s biggest and most famous urban music festival - is particularly controversial. This is an expensive and disruptive event, but one that celebrates urban and youth cultures, suggesting it may have positive as well as negative effects on park accessibility. Based on field work conducted 2017-20 and the analysis of documents covering the dispute, this case study assesses the ways that music festivals affect the status of Finsbury Park as a people’s park. The chapter highlights the wider implications of this local dispute and outlines the socio-spatial impacts of the shift in London towards parks financed by commercial income.

Book titleWhose Green City?
Year2022
PublisherSpringer

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Greenfield, S. and Osborn, G. 2006. Law, music and the creative process: who is an author? in: Greenfield, S. and Osborn, G. (ed.) Readings in law and popular culture London, UK Routledge. pp. 310-324

Law, legal education and popular culture
Greenfield, S. and Osborn, G. 2006. Law, legal education and popular culture. in: Greenfield, S. and Osborn, G. (ed.) Readings in law and popular culture London, UK Routledge. pp. 1-11

Perceptions of lawyers: a transnational study of student views on the image of law and lawyers
Asimow, M., Greenfield, S., Jorge, G., Machura, S., Osborn, G., Robson, P., Sharp, C. and Sockloskie, R. 2005. Perceptions of lawyers: a transnational study of student views on the image of law and lawyers. International Journal of the Legal Profession. 12 (3), pp. 407-436. https://doi.org/10.1080/09695950500420358

Conceptualizing city image change: the 're-imaging' of Barcelona
Smith, A. 2005. Conceptualizing city image change: the 're-imaging' of Barcelona. Tourism Geographies. 7 (4), pp. 398-423. https://doi.org/10.1080/14616680500291188

The double meaning of law: does it matter if film lawyers are unethical?
Greenfield, S. and Osborn, G. 2005. The double meaning of law: does it matter if film lawyers are unethical? in: Freeman, M. (ed.) Law and popular culture Oxford, UK Oxford University Press.

Reimaging the city: the value of sport initiatives
Smith, A. 2005. Reimaging the city: the value of sport initiatives. Annals of Tourism Research. 32 (1), pp. 217-236. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.annals.2004.07.007

The impact of sports events on city images
Smith, A. 2004. The impact of sports events on city images. 3rd DeHaan Tourism Management Conference. Nottingham, UK 14th Dec 2004

Barcelona
Smith, A. 2004. Barcelona. in: Barcelona and Catalonia: a fieldwork guide Sheffield, UK Sheffield Hallam University. pp. 29-66

An introduction to Catalonia
Smith, A. 2004. An introduction to Catalonia. in: Barcelona and Catalonia: a fieldwork guide Sheffield, UK Sheffield Hallam University. pp. 17-28

Copyright law and power in the music industry
Greenfield, S. and Osborn, G. 2004. Copyright law and power in the music industry. in: Simon, F. and Marshall, L. (ed.) Music and copyright. 2nd edition Edinburgh Edinburgh University Press. pp. 89-102

A continental ambience? A study of the urban management of mixed-use entertainment neighbourhoods in northern European cities
Roberts, M., Newman, P., Bailey, Nick, Greenfield, S., Osborn, G. and Edmundson, T. 2002. A continental ambience? A study of the urban management of mixed-use entertainment neighbourhoods in northern European cities. London, UK Institute of Alcohol Studies.

Borders and boundaries: locating the law in film
Osborn, G. 2001. Borders and boundaries: locating the law in film. Journal of Law and Society. 28 (1), pp. 164-176. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-6478.00185

Sporting a new image? Sport-based regeneration strategies as a means of enhancing the image of the city tourist destination
Smith, A. 2001. Sporting a new image? Sport-based regeneration strategies as a means of enhancing the image of the city tourist destination. in: Gratton, C. and Henry, I. (ed.) Sport in the city: the role of sport in economic and social regeneration London, UK Routledge. pp. 127-148

Film and the law
Greenfield, S., Osborn, G. and Robson, P. 2001. Film and the law. London, UK Cavendish Publishing.

Regulating football: commodification consumption and the law
Greenfield, S. and Osborn, G. 2001. Regulating football: commodification consumption and the law. London, UK Pluto.

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