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Millennium Bridge House | Andy Sturgeon Garden Design Garden Design

We are pleased to announce that one of the largest planted roofs in the City of London has received planning permission as part of the renovation and expansion of Millennium Bridge House on the banks of the Thames.

In collaboration with our client Angelo Gordon / Beltane Asset Management and the architects Piercy and Co, we designed a huge rooftop environment that promotes biodiversity, mitigates rainwater and reduces the urban heat island effect. The 2,527 m² roof landscape includes a publicly accessible terrace with a view of the Tate Modern, a 570 m² restaurant terrace, which maximizes the urban greenery and the outdoor area with spectacular views over the Thames and north to St. Paul.

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