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Following the demolition of the houses comprising Duke Terrace, the space was left derelict for many years. Recently (circa 2010) a communal garden was formed in the space with railings separating the area from the road. In August of 2010, a community garden, [[Duke Green]], was set up in part of the space<ref>[https://www.hastingsobserver.co.uk/news/people/st-leonards-residents-unveil-plans-new-community-garden-silverhill-2937757 Hastings & St Leonards Observer]</ref>
 
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