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Garden Bridge Trust inquiry: charities regulator publishes report


There is a very simple way to ensure the future financial well-being of this project, and moreover one that would make clear the public interest in this brilliant idea for London. The Garden Bridge should be accessible by using an Oyster card. People who don't want to use the bridge won't be paying for it, whereas the millions of visitors who will indeed want to experience it will pay for its upkeep and recoup public investment. Mayor Khan should ask his TfL people to look at this seriously; a new sort of development, part bridge, part destination, needs an innovative response, not the sad and tiresome moaning of critics who are frightened of creative ideas.

Posted date

28 February, 2017

Posted time

10:38 am