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Greenwich Park Revealed in Metro

view of Greenwich Park landscape

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view of Greenwich Park landscape

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It’s excellent to see the progress of Greenwich Park Revealed featured in a recent article by Metro.

Led by The Royal Parks, Greenwich Park Revealed is a ‘four-year project to reveal, restore, protect, and share the historic landscape, biodiversity and stories of Greenwich Park, part of Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site, putting the community at its very heart.’

Since 2004, David Morley Architects have worked with The Royal Parks for multiple schemes across London’s great parks. It’s rewarding to see the progress of this particular vision as the landscape of Greenwich Park is shaped to offer an enhanced experience for its users.

Adrian Banks, Associate Architect, has created a series of sketches for The Royal Parks that reveal views of the completed scheme that celebrates Greenwich Park’s heritage.

David Morley Architects are working for the charity on several areas to improve the park’s visitor facilities, including the recently opened Ignatius Sancho Café, and the construction of the Wolfe Kiosk.

Greenwich Park is one of the largest green spaces in south-east London that already provides a vital resource to support community wellbeing. Assisting with the park’s upgrade aligns with our core values to enhance lives through design and to support with the creation of active landscapes.

View of Greenwich Park Revealed from the Royal Observatory Greenwich

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