Plans for a monument remembering Springtown Camp in Londonderry - a naval base where people squatted for years - have been approved.
The model Nissen hut will stand at the junction of the Springtown and Northland roads.
Springtown Camp was an American navy base during the Second World War
But locals who could not get adequate housing moved in when the Americans left.
Willie Deery, who lived at Springtown, is behind the planned tribute to the people who called the camp home and is "delighted " planners have approved the tribute plans.
He said the art installation would remember both the history of the camp and those who lived there.
"One of the gables of the Nissen hut will be dedicated to the forces that were there, the other to the community of Springtown camp."
It will remember the "mothers and fathers who raised families in shocking conditions," he said.
The site had 302 Nissen huts, a chapel, gym, laundry, canteen, barber's shop, theatre and even a jail.
But the huts had no water, electricity or heating.
After a public outcry, the Unionist Majority Corporation, which had obtained power through gerrymandering, granted temporary rentals to the new residents and charged rent.
That agreement was to last six months and the families were to be allocated housing. That didn't happen.
Actress Jane Russell sparked an international furore in 1951 when she adopted a child from a mother living in poverty within the camp.
The camp closed in 1967 and some of the residents reunited in October 2017.