National park will be on London’s doorstep
"Never has Britain addressed a regeneration area of this scale."
- Sir Terry Farrell, project architect
London, England, UK - In Victorian times, poets and artists frequented the vast swaths of land along the Thames to be inspired by, as Charles Dickens put it, the "dark, flat wilderness, intersected with dykes and mounds and gates."
Now, under a plan by the leading architect Sir Terry Farrell, the area is to be transformed into the largest man-made national park in Europe.