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A garden bridge for London?

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Members of the public are being asked for their views on £150m plans for a "garden" bridge over the River Thames.

The bridge, the idea of actress Joanna Lumley and designed by London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic cauldron creator Thomas Heatherwick, would be covered with trees, plants and shrubs.

The idea's been around for a few months, but is nowhere near formal application for planning permission, let alone getting funding - but on the other hand, Joanna Lumley has form in charming/shaming/bulldozing politicians into getting things done, and Heatherwick is flavour of the moment.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-24766900

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