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Garden Bridge faces four separate inquiries


I am glad to have given Mr Medland so much amusement in recent months. Obviously it is a mistake to support something which is 'just rubbish in every way', a phrase that may pass into the lexicon of intelligent analysis. On the serious matters raised by Robert Wakeham, all I can say is that my experience of public procurement procedures suggests that they at odds with the democratic and transparent outcomes he desires, because they are incapable of fulfilling this role for a variety of reasons that deserve discussion, not diatribes. Planning procedures in London are a separate matter.

Posted date

4 July, 2016

Posted time

10:33 am