The garden spanning the Thames in central London will act as a unique pedestrian pathway which places nature at the heart of the city. The bridge, clad with copper-nickel, is designed to look as if growing out of the river in two fluted piers which support the planted promenade.
Despite the London Heathrow fog, the harsh, stark bodies of the winter trees in mid-March were shockingly bleak and breathtakingly beautiful, a work of art to my eyes. This was our introduction to "Exotic England".
As we in London go to the polls on 3 May, we have to decide on the best option for London for the next 4 years. It's a difficult choice and you have to decide what you think is the priority for London.