It’s been a busy week of greening London. Even with the shorter, wetter days of winter descending, we’ve been gardening across the city with local residents & businesses.
We created a green canopy of hanging plants above diners at this popular Peckham pizzeria Made of Dough and received this great feedback for our work.
We are looking for someone to join our growing team as we make London a greener city. Please read on below for all details.
Urban Growth London is being featured in the Social Summer campaign – a showcase of ethical Summer holiday activities in the UK which highlights organisations which are giving something back to their communities.
Urban Growth London are running sessions at The Jetty in Greenwich every week to improve your gardening skills in a beautiful riverside location.
It’s now been 4 days on site at the Hampton Court Flower Show. And we’ve been reminded more than once that a journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step.
We are delighted to have been asked to build our first show garden, for veteran designer Charlie Bloom, at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2018. The opportunity arose thanks to a conversation with tenants at one of the communal gardens we maintain, Art4Space, who told us about the mosaic they were making for […]
London’s Regents Canal is an iconic piece of the capital’s history, fuelling Britain’s Industrial Revolution as goods from around the country made their way to London’s docks, whilst the raw materials which made such a revolution possible arrived from around the world, and travelled in the opposite direction. These days, […]
Thank you to all of our friends and supporters who have helped us thrive and grow over the past 3 years. Our staff team has grown to 6 people, who look after a range of communal gardens from Camden to Norwood to Greenwich. We have grown over £3000 worth of chemical-free […]
With the arrival or spring, Pop Brixton has been replanted with tropical monsters! The winter roof came down from the site, so we could finally restore the greenery in all its glory. The polytunnel also got a full replant, removing the winter coloured cyclamen and spring bulbs for summer flowers […]