Astragal is surely not the only one who feels a nervy tightening of the chest when they gaze upon Laurie Chetwood’s admirably eco-friendly Urban Oasis in London’s Clerkenwell Green. Day of the Triffids casts a long and ominous shadow over the project. And now, worryingly, the hydraulic tree seems to have uprooted and taken on a life of its own – and it’s heading right for the centre of British governmental power. That’s right, Astragal was most perturbed when he got ...
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