Harlow was originally expected to provide a majority of employment opportunities in manufacturing with two major developments of The Pinnacles and Templefields. These two areas aimed to provide the biggest number of employers in the region and the possibility of local people meeting with each other. The original manufacturing took the form of a biscuit factory, on the Pinnacles. Owned and run as a co-op, it provided employment to the town for over 50 years, before the closure in 2002. After that, more and more local residents started to commute especially to London which is the economic centre. With the percentage of local people travelling to work getting higher, there is less chance for people to meet with each other, which results in the social isolation. My concept is to bring the life back to Harlow to make the local residents happier and more socially related through communication.