October 31, 2019

I’ve written before about how London’s public spaces are alive with water features, especially welcome in the periods of extreme heat which are just one symptom of our changing climate. Fountains and lakes have long characterised our parks and, of course, we are a city whose identity is strongly tied to a river. Greenspace Information for

July 24, 2019

Kate Swade and I were recently treated to an ‘urban green space’ visit at the invitation of colleagues from the Landscape Architecture Depart at the University of Sheffield and the public health and parks and open spaces teams in the city council.  We’ve captured some of the highlights here, and are keen to hear your

July 14, 2019

“The impetuous creature – a pirate – started forward, sprang away; she had to hold the rail to steady herself, for a pirate it was, reckless, unscrupulous, bearing down ruthlessly, circumventing dangerously, boldly snatching a passenger, or ignoring a passenger, squeezing eel-like and arrogant in between, and then rushing insolently all sails spread up Whitehall.” Virginia