Approvals for reinstatement of key City of London public space

Planning permission and listed building consent have been granted by the City of London for the reinstatement and regeneration of Finsbury Circus Gardens. A substantial area of the Gardens - a registered Park and Garden that includes a listed fountain and another that is a non-designated heritage asset - has been closed for many years, to allow Crossrail tunnelling beneath. While this has been going on, a competition has led to a new pavilion being designed and landscape and heritage plans for the restoration of the Gardens put together.

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