A modern long-term effect of UUMI on its surface environment, London, UK.
The example occurrences of the interfaces between UUMI and its environment, so far, have shown different effects of UUMI and its environment, on one another. These are based on historical decision events and decision making. They are almost irreversible.
The 2014-2019 research, argued that analysis of those historical occurrences can advise future decision making for transport and urban management. The following example therefore shows the affects of the contemporary interfaces of 21st Century deep tube infrastructure on its environment on new build urban infrastructure, in Woolwich, south-east London.
Fig.1, shows a photograph of new-build (2020) high rise development adjacent to the river Thames. Most noteworthy is the large gap between the new buildings in the middle of the photograph. To comprehend why there is such a large gap between the new buildings, and to explain why this would be the case, analysis of the urban environment would be required.