The City of London Corporation is bringing forward proposals to revitalise Finsbury Circus Gardens and introduce a new pavilion building that will be used as a café, restaurant and a new Park Office for The City of London Open Spaces team.
The proposals will retain and enhance the Gardens’ character of a green haven, deliver more varied and colourful planting and introduce additional seating throughout.
Thank you very much to everyone who shared their ideas and thoughts on plans to revitalise and improve Finsbury Circus Gardens.
The community engagement window has now closed.
You can still review the proposed plans for the Gardens by visiting the ‘Have Your Say’ section of this website.
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