Work undertaken Hard landscaping
Arboriculture
Water features
Sector experience Public realm
Environment Parks / gardens
 
 

Jubilee Park is located above the Canary Wharf underground station on the Jubilee Line, and RT3, an underground retail mall development.

Covering nearly 10,000m2, it is the largest open green space in Canary Wharf.

The park is designed with a pattern of curvilinear movements and bold organic shapes, which deliberately contrast the geometric forms of the surrounding environment.

It is intended as a lush, peaceful haven within the heart of London's busy City district - a place where workers can escape.

The plant section involved the procurement of over 250 semi-mature trees from across Europe.

A serpentine raised water feature, finished in Vinalmont blue limestone from Belgium, forms the backbone of the park. A total of 22 individual pools are linked by weirs into five separate water features, which step through the park. Each pool contains a simple white foaming jet.

The Vinalmont blue limestone is also used in serpentine drywalls that curve through the park, around the edges of open spaces and over mounds, forming a counter-movement to the straight lines, angles and corners of the water feature.


Jubilee Park is located above the Canary Wharf underground station on the Jubilee Line, and RT3, an underground retail mall development.

Covering nearly 10,000m2, it is the largest open green space in Canary Wharf.

The park is designed with a pattern of curvilinear movements and bold organic shapes, which deliberately contrast the geometric forms of the surrounding environment.

It is intended as a lush, peaceful haven within the heart of London's busy City district - a place where workers can escape.

The plant section involved the procurement of over 250 semi-mature trees from across Europe.

A serpentine raised water feature, finished in Vinalmont blue limestone from Belgium, forms the backbone of the park. A total of 22 individual pools are linked by weirs into five separate water features, which step through the park. Each pool contains a simple white foaming jet.

The Vinalmont blue limestone is also used in serpentine drywalls that curve through the park, around the edges of open spaces and over mounds, forming a counter-movement to the straight lines, angles and corners of the water feature.