Last week I led a walk exploring the drovers’ route from the Royal Agricultural Hall, Islington to Smithfield Market. This took in the New River, the history of Sadler’s Wells, Spa Green and especially the impact of the movement of meat and water on the design and development of the route along St John’s Street toContinue reading “How meat and water designed part of London: the drovers’ route from Islington to Smithfield, a new walk from London Open City”
The new Tourist Information Centre opposite St Paul’s Cathedral designed by Make Architects with new landscape by the City of London in the foreground. This deconstructed building has a yellow interior and a stainless steel exterior. This now complements One New Change immediately opposite.