Croydon’s Queen’s Gardens reopens

Heritage gardens at the heart of Croydon town centre have reopened to the public following major renovations. The Queen’s Gardens, which connects Croydon’s Fairfield Halls and the Town Hall for pedestrians and cyclists, has been officially unveiled for public use, and now includes revitalised green spaces and a new play area sensitively integrated into the sunken gardens.

The new design, developed by environmentally-focused landscape architects Grant Associates in close partnership with developers HUB and architects AHMM, began with acknowledging the importance of siting the new buildings on the Gardens. It really did ‘start with the Gardens’ and the continuity of the landscape across the site is meant to both

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