Construction contract now signed

The Garden Bridge has reached another milestone in the signing of the construction contract, with work beginning this summer.

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Youth Board build bridges aboard the HQS Wellington

Engineering is fun was the conclusion of the 35 strong Youth Board of the Garden Bridge Trust who met last week for their third meeting to discuss and learn about London’s newest landmark.

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The Garden Bridge will be for everyone, every day. This is our London

To mark the signing of the construction contract, a new film celebrates everything that makes London a unique place, and the people who will cross the bridge every day. 

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This is a unique opportunity to be part of a new landmark for London. Help us make this vision a reality.

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We are building a breathtaking new public garden that will stretch across the River Thames.

Fleet St
Covent Garden
Somerset House
Inner Temple Gardens
Waterloo Bridge
South Bank
Temple

Garden Bridge

Garden Bridge will connect Temple with South Bank

The Garden

Welcome to London’s new garden.

The Garden Bridge will offer a new kind of green space in the heart of the city, cementing London’s status as the greenest capital in Europe. Designed to reflect the rich cultural heritage of London’s River Thames and both riverbanks, it will provide an ever-changing seasonal landscape.

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The Garden Bridge will be an extraordinarily special place, either to race across, relax in or look back at the rest of the city’s sights.

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The Bridge

A breathtaking 366m-long copper-nickel structure.

The bridge will be beautiful from all angles. It has been designed to offer people different ways to experience the garden. For commuters, it will provide a quick and beautiful route across the river. For wanderers, the bridge will create a series of intimate spaces in which to stop and linger.

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