Bunhill Quaker Gardens

Charting the redevelopment of the Quaker Gardens between Banner Street and Chequer Street, London, in 02005.

Thursday, February 17, 2005

About this blog

This blog will chart the redevelopment of the Quaker Gardens in the Bunhill area between Banner Street and Chequer Street, London. This development began on 14 February 02005 and is scheduled to complete in the early summer.

I first wrote about the development elsewhere — see the text here. Inspired by the day-by-day changes I can see out of my window, I decided to keep a running photo commentary.

This development also mirrors a parallel narrative that may become more explicit as time goes by.


At 15 July, 2005 21:26, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice to see someone looking out for the scheme - even better if you could identify the rascals that can't help feeling the plants would survive better on the path.
Given time of course, all the plants will fill the spaces and the wild flora mix of grasses will establish - remember that an instant garden would be shorter lived and you would'nt have the opportunity to enjoy the establishing years - bit harsh on clumsy website

At 13 October, 2007 01:25, Anonymous Anonymous said...

My grand-daughter has just moved in to Quaker Court with her mother and loves the garden and playground. So do I. It is starting to get a bit established.. The big tree is wonderful, and so is the Quaker history.


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